Book Review: The Glass House – A Year of Our Days -by Chanchal Sanyal

Book Blurb: College professor M.B. and his designer wife, Roshni, are a yuppie couple living in the ever-expanding, smog encrusted, roiling city of Delhi. They have finally achieved their dream of buying their own apartment—in an an up and coming builder complex in Gurgaon. The problem is, it looks like it’s going to be up …

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Book Review: On the Open Road -by Stuti Changle

“We are born several times in a lifetime. Mostly in darkness. Sometimes, we’re lost for days before we can spot the light.” Like any other Millennial, I too always wanted to start something of my own; something that I would strongly associate with. Did I? Yes, and I am moderately proud of it; there is …

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Book Review: The Inheritors: Stories of Entrepreneurship and Success -by Sonu Bhasin

In India, 15 of the top 20 business groups are family owned; which makes it, the third highest in the World. More than half of the Indian family companies that Credit Suisse surveyed generate revenues in excess of $500 million, with the majority of these businesses located across the sectors of IT, financials and industrials. …

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And Casteism gets embedded in our DNA

So much hatred has been unleashed, unopposed and freely on Social Media these days about reservations that it blows my mind off. Everyone is against reservation, the so called Upper Class has been demanding the end of Reservation era since long. But has one ever wondered why? These people are not against reservations, they are …

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