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  • Weekend reading

    Freeing up the sales force for selling: from McKinsey Quarterly.

  • Dealing with Insult

    RUBY LILAOWALA SAYS THAT WHEN YOU INSULT THE ONE WHO HAS INSULTED YOU, YOU ONLY END UP STOOPING TO HIS/ HER LEVEL. RATHER, KEEPING QUITE ALLEVIATES YOU TO A HIGHER SPIRITUAL LEVEL.

  • GREAT TEMPLES OF JAVA

    AJAY KAMALAKARAN FINDS HIMSELF IN AWE OF THE ARCHITECTURAL MARVEL OF THE BOROBUDUR AND PRAMBHANAM TEMPLES ON THE ISLAND OF JAVA, INDONESIA.

  • Its parathas all the way!

    GITA HARI TAKES YOU TO ONLY PARATHAS , WHICH SERVES DIFFERENT TYPES OF PARATHAS.

  • THE MOUNTAIN OF THE MOON

    BIBHUTIBHUSHAN BANDYOPADHYAY TRANS. BY JAYANTA SENGUPTA PAGES: 194; PRICE: RS. 195 The Mountain of the Moon is the English translation of one of the finest Bengali adventure novels – Chander Pahar – written by Shri Bibhutibhusan Bandyopadhyay in
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  • INVISIBLE EMPRESSES OF THE RAJ

    PENNY & ROGER BEAUMONT JAICO BOOKS PAGES: 354; PRICE: RS. 395 In 1858, the entire landmass of India came under direct control of the British Crown. To reflect the status and role of the Governor- General as representative of the monarch to the fe
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  • A SILVER OF MOONBEAM

    ISPITA BANERJEE FROG BOOKS PAGES: 106; PRICE: RS. 95 Invented, real and rhyming writing embellish this exquisite collection. The author, an impulsive writer to boot, has been intermittently putting pen to paper over a number of years, and this ha
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  • WOMEN IN HINDU SOCIETY

    THIS BOOK STUDIES THE STATUS OF HINDU WOMEN FROM THE VEDIC AGE TO THE PRESENT, ANALYSING THE STEPS TAKEN TO IMPROVE THEIR CONDITION.

  • NO DEADLINE FOR LOVE

    MANASI VAIDYA PENGUIN BOOKS PAGES: 178; PRICE: RS. 150 All her life Megha has diligently done what was expected of her: the graduation in economics, the MBA in marketing and now the strait- laced job in a high- profile FMCG company. But lately, s
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  • THE PENSIVE PRINCE OF DENMARK

    NEW RESEARCH REVEALS THAT HAMLET, THE ILL- FATED HERO OF SHAKESPEAREalt39S FAMOUS PLAY, IS NOT FROM DENMARK AT ALL, BUT COULD BE FROM IRELAND. BUT DOES IT MATTER TO THOSE WHO ARE WEANED ON THIS GREAT CLASSIC? RAJASHRI DASGUPTA REPORTS FR
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  • Kamsa, The Mighty Schizophrenic!

    DAMODARA PANDITA DASA GIVES AN INTERESTING TAKE ON KAMSA IN THE CONTEXT OF JANMASHTAMI WHICH FALLS ON MONDAY.

  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

    SHOMA A. CHATTERJI SAYS THAT OBSESSIVE COMPULSIVE DISORDER OR OCD CAN BE CURED WITH BLEND OF DRUGS AND BEHAVIOUR THERAPY.