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Book Review: When she smiled by Ritoban Chakrabarti

A good book isn’t like a pill that you take and get over with, it’s like a perfectly cooked pizza that you enjoy for a good time relishing every bite. That should explain why I’m so late in posting the review of “When She smiled” by Ritoban. So along with my apologies to the Blogadda […]

Book Review: Business doctors: Management Consulting gone wild

I am often late in posting reviews, well, make that always, but this is the first time I’ll be beginning a review with an apology; An apology to the writer, to all the readers out there and to myself. This happened for the first time to me that I had written a review but never […]

Book Review: Ramayana – The game of life – Shattered dreams by Shubha Vilas.

If you add an ‘M’ in the end of his name, it will become ‘Shubham’, which happens to be my name! But I am afraid that’s where the similarities end. The writer of the bestseller “Ramayana – Rise of the sun prince” and now ‘Shattered dreams”, Shubha Vilas is a motivational speaker who holds a […]

Make yourself heard, useyourand!

“I earn enough for the both of us, why would you need a job?” “We are looking for a girl who is good at cooking, after all this is what she will do once she gets married” Do these statements look familiar? Of course they do! This is what happens in almost every family in […]

Book review : Fade into red by Reshma K. Barshikar

When I first read about Reshma K. Barshikar, impressed would be an understatement to my reaction. I could not wait to read her book and got my hands on Fade Into Red as soon as I could. Thanks to the blog tour by b00kr3vi3s, that didn’t take much time. So probably for the first time, […]

What I’ve learned.

An article by Omer B. Washington that defines some realities of life. Take a look. I’ve learned- that you cannot make someone love you. All you can do is be someone who can be loved. The rest is up to them. I’ve learned- that no matter how much I care, some people just don’t care […]

Try your luck, the intelligent way!

27 November 2014

A review for Lucky 6, an app by Fat Cat Gaming,

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Claiming Carlos by Rachelle Ayala

19 November 2014

Book post: Claiming Carlos by Rachelle Ayala

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One step towards a cleaner India.

19 November 2014

“Hi, I am Babli. I am a 12 year old girl who lives in a small village in Rajasthan. I am good at math, at least my teachers think so. My father is a farmer, my mother also helps him earn a living for us. Sometimes I have to work too. I want to become […]

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Book Review: God is a gamer by Ravi Subramaniyan.

16 November 2014

A book review of Ravi's latest thriller, "God is a gamer".

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A healthy child, a happy child.

09 November 2014

A post about the benefits of Dabur Chyawanprash.

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Metamorphing: A book by Kunal Pancholi

21 May 2014

About the Book 28THAPRIL, 2000: Flight No. 9×4876 bound to Srinagar has crash landed into the Everest Base camp. Unconfirmed reports suggest that the flight mysteriously went off the radar for few minutes and missed its landing. All passengers are feared dead… except for three bodies that are yet to be recovered. 8THDECEMBER, 2050:This, without […]

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BOOK REVIEW: THE CROSSOVER YEAR: BY BHARGAVI BALACHANDRAN

03 May 2014

I’ve always been a fan of first person narration. Now combine that with humor, realistic approach and a simple language and I think you have a good read for the weekend. The crossover year proved to be just that for me. No matter how much we advocate the love marriages and things like that, arranged […]

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Book Review: Mohini: of Bollywood Dreams and Obsessions by Ramendra Kumar

04 April 2014

Bollywood is something that intrigues us all. No matter fictious or real, somehow we all seem to like stories related to the showbiz. While I always wondered if the movie Dirty Picture was really based on a real life story, given that some incidents were just too real for me, I got to read the […]

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