Book Review: No Limits: The Art and Science of High Performance -by Mukesh Bansal

Book Blurb: Tech entrepreneur Mukesh Bansal has been a lifelong student of human performance optimisation. He has studied the science behind it, and worked closely with high performers across business, sports and entertainment, to understand what it takes to transcend apparent limitations and achieve true potential. Through his entrepreneurial experience and studying the field of …

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Book Review: Ahalya’s Awakening -by Kavita Kané

Book Blurb: I searched all these years for myself—and I only found Ahalya, the woman I was supposed to be born as: unblemished, without any faults. I had no hala in me, no sin, no crime, no guilt. What I had done was to respond to the call of life within me…’ Ahalya. Created by Brahma; …

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Book Review: A Useful Death -by Sriram Chellapilla

Book Blurb: Aspiring actress Priya is dead. It’s a suicide, and rumour has it that Anil, son of politician and former Telugu-movie superstar Mohan Krishna, drove her to it. Just another film-industry scandal? Or something bigger, much bigger? Partha, hired by Mohan Krishna’s family to handle the crisis, thinks so. Why won’t such a powerful …

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Book Review: The Camphor Of Night -by Samir Satam

Book Blurb: This day, Today, when looked at from the window of Future; Wouldn't it seem golden? But today it feels like just another day. Why does all this preciousness have to pass to be seen? Why can't it get its due while it lives? Unfortunately that's the way it has always been. The Future …

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Book Review: The Unprodigal -by Manu Dhawan

Book Blurb: From the heart of modern India comes a story of fathers and sons. Aryan, the genius, dashing and now-failed son of the country’s richest and most powerful scion, finds himself chugging into danger on a desert train to nowhere. It has been months since the only person he loved and cherished, his grandfather …

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Book Review: Heartquake -by K. Vijayakarthikeyan

Book Blurb: An IAS officer’s tale of survival against all odds. Once upon a time there was a city plagued by greed, corruption and mysterious deaths… A patriotic IAS officer, Vikram, decides to expose a corrupt and powerful minister, Rudra Pratap Rana (aka RPR), during the latter’s visit to the IAS training academy. The video …

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Book Review: Divyastra -by Nimish Tanna

Book Blurb: Thousands of years ago, Indian Yogis possessed the knowledge to obtain the weapons of the gods. However, this knowledge could only be transferred from a Guru to his disciple by word of mouth. In today’s world, one mystic, who calls himself Guruji, still possesses this knowledge and is using it to empower an …

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