Book Review: Virago -by Ritiqa Pachauri

Book Blurb: Radhika Mishra is a successful Chartered Accountant. She has everything that one could ask for. Yet, her heart desires for something more. Something else. something that requires unsettling the settled. an urge so strong, it forces her to put everything on stake. An endeavour so bold, that would mould her into a new …

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Book Review: Life in the Sunshine: Autobiography of an Unknown Cricketer -by T. Sathish

Book Blurb: Sat, Sam, and Trib (a.k.a Triple Sundae gang) are teenagers and they love the sport of Cricket. They spend most of their time watching and playing the sport they love. They dream of making their living in the sport. When they are not playing the game, they put on their thinking cap and …

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Book Review: The Light Catcher -by Sameer Chopra

Book Blurb: In the vibrant metropolis of Delhi, a young man is embarking upon a path he has always loathed, a ‘highly sought after’ job at a financial corporation which, though seemingly conventional, carries with it a promise of better life. Purab has got this position after his graduation, but nothing in his education has …

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Book Review: Bestseller -by Ahmed Faiyaz

Book Blurb: Akshay Saxena, an out of work editor of a defunct literary magazine in the UK, is told to move to India for a year to help shore up the value of Kalim, an ailing Indian publisher. Akshay finds himself in a job where he has to do the impossible. Angus Lee, the new …

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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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