Ache Din Aa Rahe Hain! Unreal Elections?
Review / July 16, 2014

Author: C.S. Krishna, Karthik Laxman
Publisher: Penguin
Year: 2014
ISBN: 9780143423119
Rating: ★★★★☆
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Unreal Elections is satirical delight on the elections. It is essentially meant to paint a facetious image of the elections. The sense of humour is vivid and writing style is lucid. Every politician has been distinctively covered, taking into account the preconceived notions that rest in the mind of the reading audience.

5 Books to Read for Civil Services Exam
Article / June 7, 2014

Indian Civil Services exam is one of the most difficult exams to crack. For those who are not conversant with its strenuous history, allow me to share some numbers with you. In 2012, nearly 4.5 Lakh students appeared for this exam; 15,000 qualified for the prelims and only 998 made it into the final list. With a record 0.1% selection rate, it is as bad as landing an airplane in the dark with no radar. There is no place for the feeble hearted. In this article, I shall attempt to provide an overview of the pivotal subjects and the corresponding books to wage a war against the belligerent enemy named UPSC. A thorough study of the N.C.E.R.T Books to jog your memory with the elementary concepts in all subjects is taken for granted.

What does Shashi Tharoor have to say about India?
Review / February 19, 2014

Author:Shashi Tharoor
Publisher:Penguin Books
Rating: ★★★★½
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Shashi Tharoor explores the foreign policy of India, its relations with other countries in his new book. Our reviewer gulped umpteen cups of coffee to fully digest the textual nature of this book. But were his efforts really worthy? Let’s find out!

Review: Gandhi Before India by Ramachandra Guha
Review / December 15, 2013

Author: Ramachandra Guha
Publisher: Penguin
Year: 2013
ISBN: 9780670083879
Rating: ★★★½☆
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Gandhi before India is a biographical work on M.K. Gandhi. It weaves the story of his life, starting with his time in South Africa and leading on to his involvement in Indian politics. It depicts Gandhi as a lawyer, freedom fighter, philosopher, father and human being, and in vivid detail. 

Review: Manuscript Found In Accra by Paulo Coelho
Review / December 7, 2013

Author: Paulo Coelho
Publisher: Harper Collins
Year: 2013
ISBN: 9780007520503
Rating: ★★★½☆
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Written by Paulo Coelho, the book Manuscript Found in Accra is an immaculate cocktail of Fiction and Philosophy without any mundane reiterations. It touches upon various circles of life and greatly influences the thinking of a common man.