Monthly Archive:: September 2011

The Happiness Quotient by Dr Rekha Shetty, Ph.d

This book is a perfect example of:       The power of a catchy title and a good cover design          Bestsellers that are rarely read         A bestseller since the time it was released, that has not been reviewed anywhere

Chanakya’s Chant by Ashwin Sanghi

Chanakya as a historical character was discovered not too long ago, but he has caught the imagination of all who heard or read about him. His work on statecraft and theories on economics remain a reference point for the generations since his discovery. He has inspired filmmakers,writers,

Small is Beautiful by E F Schumacher

The byline of the book reads ‘a study of economics as if people mattered’, and I can add to that economics as if common sense prevailed. This is a classical book written sometime in early 70s, almost 40 years ago and its every word still hold true,

The Eighth Guest & the other Muzaffar Jung Mysteries by Madhulika Liddle

10 mysteries, which the young, handsome and rich Amir from the times of Shahajahan solves in Dilli & around, form this collection of stories. The character of Muzaffar Jung was introduced in Author’s first book The Englishman’s Cameo and the same character this time solves many murder

I have a Dream by Rashmi Bansal

20 stories of people who have chosen an unusual path for themselves, driven by their dreams to make an impact on the lesser privileged in the society. Most of them are well-educated people from premium institutes in the country or outside the country. They are not usually

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