One Indian Girl Review

October 4, 2016
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One Indian Girl review. One Indian Girl is the first time Chetan Bhagat tells a story from a woman’s point of view. Does it live up to the hype? Read on.

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The Best Amazon Lightning Deals Today

October 1, 2016

Here are the best Amazon Lightning Deals for today, along with their timings. Happy Shopping!     51% Off Oct 17th, 8AM-2PM     65% Off Oct 17th, 8AM-2PM     65% Off Oct 17th, 8AM-2PM     65% Off Oct 17th, 9AM-3PM     65% Off Oct 17th, 10AM-4PM     65% Off Oct […]

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Book Review: People by Raghu Rai

September 21, 2016
People by Raghu Rai

Title: People by Raghu Rai Writer: Raghu Rai Publisher: Aleph Books Year: 2016 ISBN: 9789383064137 Rating: Read book reviews from other readers   People by Raghu Rai is a book of portraits taken by the well-known photographer over the course of his career. According to Raghu Rai, these are his favourite portraits from amongst the […]

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Book Review: Creme Brulee by Ramona Sen

August 30, 2016
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The novel Creme Brulee will appeal to someone looking for a light romance, who is also familiar with the nuances of the Bengali upper-class scene. If you generally turn up your nose at chick-lit and romance, but are looking for some light reading, then you should definitely buy this one.

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Should feminists be excited about One Indian Girl, the new Chetan Bhagat book?

August 26, 2016
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In One Indian Girl, for the very first time, CB seems to have a female protagonist. And a badass one at that. A woman who works, who proudly proclaims that she has an opinion on everything AND that she’s reviled for it, who’s had relationships before.

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Book Review: Destiny of Shattered Dreams by Nilesh Rathod

July 9, 2016
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Destiny of Shattered Dreams, Nilesh Rathod’s maiden venture as an author seems like it has been commissioned by Karan Johar because he is running out of scripts. The story of Mr.Atul Malhotra (eagle eyed, handsome corporate honcho) has a good flow. The politico-corporate nexus he finds himself terribly entrenched in gets quite titillating towards the end.

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Book Review: Man-Eaters of Kumaon by Jim Corbett

June 30, 2016
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Man-Eaters of Kumaon is a book about wildlife and the human-animal conflict more than a century ago, when the scales were less heavily tipped in favour of mankind.

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Book review: Shashi Kapoor : The Householder, The Star by Aseem Chhabra

June 9, 2016
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Shashi Kapoor: The Householder, The Star is a biography of the gentleman actor of Indian cinema, the voice of one of the most iconic lines ever spoken:”Mere pass Maa hain.”

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Book Review: I, the Salt Doll by Vandana Mishra, Translated by Jerry Pinto

June 6, 2016
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I, the Salt Doll is a memoir by Vandana Mishra, born in 1930s Mumbai, who lived in the city all her life, first as a schoolgirl in Girgaon, then as a theatre actress, then a homemaker and mother, and then once again as a theatre star. Translated by Jerry Pinto.

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Book Review: Exploring India: Kings and Queens by Subhadra Sen Gupta

May 27, 2016
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Four Kings and Queens of India have their lives told in an engaging manner that is sure to appeal to kids who are just starting to appreciate history.

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