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Satan’s Angels: Book Review

The cohort of 2011, recruited by one of the world’s best management consulting firms, handpicked from the best business schools, is keen on succeeding at The Firm. The Firm showers the members of the cohort with the best of opportunities, the best of luxury and unbelievable money. However, behind the good life, lies an ugly truth. A secret organization operates ...

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Book Review; God’s Own Kitchen, by Rashmi Bansal

People often asked Madhu Pandit – “Why did you leave IIT to become a monk?” Had he followed the conventional path, Madhu Pandit would have been a big-shot in some large corporation. Instead, he was the ‘CEO’ of a large temple. Guided by his guru A C Bhaktivedanta Srila Prabhupada. Propelled forward by the Divine Plan. A chance meeting with ...

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Author  Interview;  Sudeep  Nagarkar

Novelist Sudeep Nagarkar’s, first novel Few Things Left Unsaid in 2011 was an instant best seller. Followed by That’s The Way We Met in 2012, which has also been the reason why he has dropped out of a of  his job at an IT company to become a full time author. He is now a bestselling author  of 8 novels. ...

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Locked Away on V-Day

A friend of mine is coming to Delhi on 13th February. After we graduated from school, he left to pursue engineering in Mumbai, while I stayed back to study at Delhi University. I haven’t seen him in over two years now. So when he got in touch with me on Facebook and told me about his plans of coming home ...

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You know you are in Seattle when…

You know you are in Seattle when… Every other person you know works either for Microsoft, Amazon or Boeing. There is water everywhere. You suddenly become a coffee drinker and know at least 10 different types of coffees. You know the difference between Vietnamese, Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Thai food. You can also differentiate between Coffees from various coffee-shops. You ...

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5 Things you could be doing after your exams

The summer months from May to July mark the beginning of a new phase in the lives of many people. It’s the time when 12th graders become college-goers, students receive their graduation hats, graduates become post graduates and post graduates embark on a new journey as they enter a job. But while most people are eager to take the next ...

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Book Review of Tahereh Mafi’s Shatter Me

“My touch is lethal. My touch is power.” The distributors of this book sure knew how to get the readers intrigued, thanks to this text on the cover. Tahereh Mafi’s dystopian thriller follows the story of Juliette, a girl whose touch is lethal enough to kill. She has been locked up in a cell for 264 days. Starved, abandoned, alone ...

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The 5 Must-Read Books for the Introverts

Since the very beginning of time, stories have been the one portal for anyone who ever wished to escape the monotony of life. Moreover, for people who have never been good at interacting or communicating, books have provided them with the support to overcome loneliness. Luckily, there are many writers who have dealt with such similar themes in their novels. ...

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Book Review of Paula Hawkins’ The Girl on the Train

A slightly obsessed female, a not-so-perfect couple, and a missing woman. Did this description remind you of Gone Girl? Well, it did to me too. But Paula Hawkins’s debut novel, The Girl on the Train, is nothing like Gillian Flynn’s tale. In the very beginning of the story, we’re introduced to Rachel Watson. A middle-aged woman who takes a train ...

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