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Keys – The HLP Way To A Regret-Free Life – By Santosh Joshi – Book Reviews

Keys – The HLP Way To A Regret-Free Life – By Santosh Joshi – Book Reviews

As the life moves on like a wheel, there are ups and downs. We cannot win every time, we have to accept that. We are blessed with a great organ named brain and have a tremendous ability to store memories. But sometimes some memories from the Past life comes haunting us, and we think it will affect adverse on our Future. Which makes our Present full of worries. We all have experienced such situations. These are the situations where we need to get inspired or motivated externally. The external motivation reinforces our trust in our abilities and we get ready ... Read More »

Land Of The Seven Rivers By Sanjeev Sanyal – Book Reviews

A noted Indian economist, environmentalist and urban theorist, Sanjeev Sanyal is fond of history and did wrote a book named – The Indian Renaissance: India’s Rise after a Thousand Years of Decline. The book got a successful selling. His latest book is – Land of the Seven Rivers: A Brief History of India’s Geography. Here we present our reviews for the same. Book Title : Land of the Seven Rivers: A Brief History of India’s Geography Author : Sanjeev Sanyal Publisher : Penguin Books (2012-2013) What interest us in reading the book is its title. Especially, “A brief history of ... Read More »

Reader’s Digest India | August 2013 Issue | Magazine Reviews

This time we got our subscription copy of Reader’s Digest Magazine (India edition) – August 2013, even before the scheduled time, so here are our personal reviews for the same. The cover page shows the piggy bank in the getup of a thief and the title “Is Your Bank Cheating You?” gives us the hint of what to expect inside. Also the rupee (INR) is falling against USD so money oriented article was expected from this issue anyway. In – editorial – Mohan Sivanand talks some eye-opener stuff. He warns the customers to not to be fooled by over-friendly bank ... Read More »

Reader’s Digest India | July 2013 Issue | Magazine Reviews

Monsoon is running in full-throttle showing its diverse effects at various places. We expect an article about Monsoon or health care in this season, in Reader’s Digest magazine’s July issue (however if there is no such article found, there is nothing to disappoint). Let us get a quick look at the content of the same. This time it is a black background cover page, with the announcement of central article – Animals that act like people. Well, it is up to you to decide whether it is good or bad (that animals behave like people). It is a 12 page ... Read More »

James Albert Michener | Introduction To An Author

James A Michener, (February 3, 1907 – October 16, 1997), is one of the most memorable names when it comes to semi-real sagas, i.e., stories of lives and characters based in authentic historical landscapes. He was an orphan, born and raised in America, by an adoptive mother. And it seems that the search of his own roots was the drive that took him all over the world and he gave us those wonderful stories. Michener did very well in schools and college and graduated with highest honours, his major subjects being English and Psycholology. He travelled Europe for two years ... Read More »

The Brethren | A Legal Thriller Novel By John Grisham | Views And Reviews

John Grisham – a lawyer by profession is a writer by passion. He is known for his legal thrillers. Some of his works are made into movies as well. He was also invited as a commencement speaker at the North Carolina University. The Brethren – is a legal thriller written by him which was initially published in year 2000. Book Title : THE BRETHREN Author : John Grisham Publisher : Random House Publishing Group (2010) The book very closely and authentically shows the entire process of presidential election in USA. Each of the detail is well thought and written very ... Read More »