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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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Do you have a Bloody Good Book in you?

An invitation to first time authors by Rashmi Bansal Many of you write to me, asking for advice on how to get published. Often you say, “I have a manuscript but I don’t know who to send it to.” Or, “I have sent my manuscript to 5 publishers but there is no response.” At these times, I remember how lucky ...

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Norwegian Wood by Haruki Murakami

Haruki Murakami isn’t a name many Indian book lovers would know. In fact I hadn’t heard of him either, until my sporadic book reading spree. (I am not a very dedicated bibliophile, I need inspiration to start off… But once I do, there’s no stopping me!). Coming back to Mr. Murakami, I chanced upon one of his short stories “Sleep” ...

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Bharat Ratna for scientist Dr. CNR Rao

While the entire nation was engulfed in the hullabaloo of one Bharat Ratna Awardee, another eminent figure was given due recognition for 50 year of perseverance and struggle to thrive and take the nation to the pinnacles of success in the field of science. Meet Prof. Chintamani Nagesa Ramachandra Rao also known as C.N.R. Rao, born in Bangalore in the ...

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Book Review; Life after Life, by Kate Atkinson

                                 What if some day or night a demon were to steal after you into your loneliest loneliness and say to you: ‘This life as you now live it and have lived it, you will have to live once more and innumerable times more’ … ...

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Today 6 pm, Non-Fiction Festival, Nehru Centre, Mumbai.

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Bestselling author Rashmi Bansal in conversation with KN Vaidyanathan about her books, her life, and her work. Today June 22, at 6.30 pm, Nehru Centre, Worli, Mumbai. The 3 day festival of non-fiction has the most eclectic mix of authors and celebrities in India. For a detailed schedule visit http://www.indianonfictionfestival.com/

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Book Review; Romancing Mr Bridgerton

Author: Julia Quinn Romancing Mr.Brigederton is a fun read and seems to be enamoured with the pulchritude of woman’s soul. The romance accentuates the idea of stereotyped woman in a historical era. It is a safe choice for anyone who likes tales of austerity set in a different period. Penelope Featherington has secretly admired Colin Bridgerton since the age of ...

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Interview with Author Rohit Trilokekar

Rohit Trilokekar eats, breathes,and dreams writing. His debut novel ‘The Kitty Buddha’ is a work of fiction although the underlying premise is very real. The book falls into the genre of magical realism and is a fable about a cat’s search for meaning in this life, much like any human being would. In essence then the cat is merely a ...

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Interview with author Sandeep Das

Budding authors are churning real life love stories into novels and debutant author Sandeep Das’s novel ‘Yours Sarcastically’ has a sarcastic take on love and life of 20 somethings from a top MBA institute, that make up modern India. It all began when his manager called him to his office one day and said, “Your job is to interview 60 ...

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