সেদিন আপনার কার্টে কিছু বই রেখে কোথায় যেন চলে গিয়েছিলেন।
মিলিয়ে দেখুন তো বইগুলো ঠিক আছে কিনা?
When The Times of India began its journey in 1838, there was a Mughal on the Delhi throne, though he was emperor only in name. The great Sikh and Maratha dominions had peaked and would soon begin their decline. Bloodthirsty Thuggees roamed the countryside, strangling travelers with silk handkerchiefs. The British were attempting to create a civil and criminal penal code for India. One hundred and seventy five years may be a short time in the span of a civilization, yet it is astonishing to look back and see how dramatically our country has changed in this one and three quarter century. The Times of India, however, has remained, faithfully chronicling the ups and downs, the triumphs and tragedies of a vast nation. To celebrate The Times 175 years of being witness and watchdog, this book brings together 175 landmark events, from 1838 to the current day, as seen through the eyes of the newspaper. Here the reader will find all the men and women who have shaped our story, from cricket World Cup victories to Nirbhayas martyrdom, from the 1857 War of Independence to great political upheavals. It has been a remarkable and thrilling voyage, for both India and its leading daily. India 175 is a unique chronicle of that twin voyage.
About the Author
Sandipan Deb, a graduate of IIT Kharagpur and IIM Calcutta, has been, among other things, Managing Editor, Outlook, Founder Editor, Outlook Money, Editor, The Financial Express and Founder Editor, Open. He has reported and written widely on politics, business and economy, social and cultural issues, including more than 400 columns on topics ranging from films to philosophy and cricket to literature.
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