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Book Review : The Shadow Lines By Amitav Ghosh

The shadow lines by Amitav Ghosh is a collection of memories, memories of an unnamed narrator. He goes from his experiences as a little boy in Calcutta to a young man doing...

THE RADIANCE OF A THOUSAND SUNS: RECLAIMING THE HISTORY OF PUNJAB

  ‘The Radiance of a Thousand Suns’, written by Manpreet Sodhi Someshwar is an epic novel that brings together stories from the history of Punjab which have been forever secluded from the public...

Devil’s Advocate : The Untold Story- A Review

Thapar ’s career-a career that undisputedly both defined and destroyed many careers can hardly be expressed by a few pages of writing. However, the incidents and anecdotes he shared in his book,...

Book Review : Orwell’s 1984

When Orwell wrote the ‘1984’- a dystopian novel in the year 1949, the critics started questioning whether such a status quo would ever come into existence. Orwell passed away in 1950 just...

Key Takeaways From “Steve Jobs” by Walter Isaacson

“You’ve got to find what you love… keep looking until you find it. Don’t settle.” –Steve Jobs, Stanford Commencement Address, 2005 The life and escapades of Steve Jobs are unrivaled. He lived a...

Book Review : All The Bright Places By Jennifer Niven

All the bright places is a 2015 young adult novel by Jennifer Niven. The work was first published on January 6,2015 through Knopf publishing group. It is a phenomenal book that looks...

Book Review : The Zoya Factor By Anuja Chauhan

The Zoya Factor’s tagline in its first cover read 'All's fair in love- and cricket'. In a cricket worshiping nation like ours, the tagline is sure to intrigue readers. The genre of...

Book Review : Shashi Tharoor’s The Great Indian Novel

The Great Indian Novel, known by everyone as the Mahabharatha set in current times, TGIN is one piece of intelligent creativity and it is hard to believe that Shashi Tharoor wrote it in...
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