NoteThis post covers list of important, controversial and recently (2021) published popular books with their authors name. These books are most important as questions in current affairs section of Current Affairs section of Teaching, IBSP, SSC, AFCAT, CDS, NDA and Other Competitive Exams.
Name of the Book Author(s)Remarks
Mutual Funds: A Powerful Investment Avenue for Individuals R K Mohapatra An ideal guide for investors,looking for a deeper understanding of mutual funds.
A Rude Life: The Memoir Vir Sanghvi
Accelerating India: 7 Years of Modi Government’K J Alphons K J Alphons is the former Minister of State for Culture and Tourism
How the Earth Got Its Beauty Sudha Murty Sudha Murty is a prolific writer in English and Kannada
Balakot Air Strike: How India Avenged Pulwama Manan Bhatt
The Nutmeg’s Curse: Paables for a Planet in Crisis Amitav Ghosh
Home in the World Amartya Sen In this book, Sen shares how it was Rabindranath Tagore who gave him his name Amartya.
Believe – What Life and Cricket Taught Me Suresh Raina , co-authored by Bharat Sundaresan Suresh Raina narrated the journey he has had for India and the golden word (Believe) from Sachin Tendulkar that he etched on his arm as a tattoo.
Languages of Truth: Essays 2003-2020 Salman Rushdie
Stargazing: The Players in My Life Ravi Shastri and Ayaz Memon Ravi Shahtri’s Debut Book
Sach Kahun Toh Neena Gupta Neena Gupta autobiography
Nehru, Tibet and China Avtar Singh Bhasin This book in fascinating detail, analyses the events from 1949 to the Indo-China war in 1962 and its aftermath to explore the answers to these burning questions.
The Little Book of Encouragement Dalai Lama
At Night All Blood is Black Written by David Diop & translated from French by Anna Moschovakis winner of the 2021 International Booker Prize.
The Night Watchman Louise Erdrich Pulitzer Prize 2021 in Fiction category
Whereabouts Jhumpa Lahiri This is Lahiri’s first book in Italian, which she herself has translated into English
India After Liberalisation Bimal Jalan In this book, Jalan offers a bird’s eye view of the singular decision that changed and shaped India’s economy – the liberalization reforms of 1991.
The Christmas Pig JK Rowling
My Life in Full: Work, Family and Our Future Indra Nooyi
The Commonwealth of Cricket Ramachandra Guha
Gazing Eastwards: Of Buddhist Monks and Revolutionaries in China, 1957 Romila Thapar

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