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Reader’s Digest India | January 2016 Issue | Magazine Reviews

Reader’s Digest India | January 2016 Issue | Magazine Reviews

We firmly believe in the proverb – “Reading is to mind, what exercise is to body“. And therefore, it is important about paying attention on what you should read. Otherwise there remain a danger that you may injure yourself. We hence, share our genuine personal reviews for various books and magazines we come across, so you can decide whether you should go for the specific media or not. If you are a regular reader of Thinkerviews, you surely know that Reader’s Digest is one of our favourite magazine and we regularly present our reviews for almost every issue of its ... Read More »

Reader’s Digest India | July 2015 Issue | Magazine Reviews

Reader’s Digest India | July 2015 Issue | Magazine Reviews

The July 2015 issue of Reader’s Digest (India Edition) is quite on time and here are our views and reviews for the same. The editorial is very important part of any magazine or newspaper as it serves as a bridge between the reader and the editor. Editor Mohan Sivanand raise an important point. He talks about cheating, lie, abuse and other such wrongdoings done by the people who are very religious. If they are religious in true sense, how can they do the things which the religion classifies as improper. Reg Green is famous name amongst those who are aware ... Read More »

Reader’s Digest India | April 2015 Issue | Magazine Reviews

Reader’s Digest India | April 2015 Issue | Magazine Reviews

We have received our subscription copy of Reader’s Digest Magazine (India Edition – April 2015 issue before a few days. It was quite on time delivery and here are our personal reviews and views for the same. The editorial is worth reading and the message it conveys is really worth understanding (not only just reading). With the example of Bill and Melinda Gates – the philanthropists – the editor conveys that one need to be a giver, be it an idea or money. The editorial promises to burst some myths about the poor people and countries. It is often said ... Read More »

Reader’s Digest India | March 2015 Issue | Magazine Reviews

Reader’s Digest India | March 2015 Issue | Magazine Reviews

We have received our subscription copy of Reader’s Digest Magazine (India Edition – March 2015 issue before a few days. It was quite on time delivery and here are our personal reviews and views for the same. We consider – editorial – as one of the most important aspect of any magazine. It allows building a link between the editor and the reader. It is the place from where an editor shares his/her vision behind the issue and/or talk about the factors which made him/her to compile the content of the the same. This time Mohan Sivanand,the editor, shares his ... Read More »

Reader’s Digest India | February 2015 Issue | Magazine Reviews

Reader’s Digest India | February 2015 Issue | Magazine Reviews

The February 2015 issue of Reader’s Digest magazine (India Edition) reached us quite on time. Here are our personal reviews for the same. Let us start from the section we like the most in the magazine. It is about the heroes we found in our daily lives. They may or may not be recognised by many but they keep doing good work. They are the people who have will to help others and as it is said, “where there is will, there is a way”. The incident mentioned in this issue is about a youth who saw a car stopped ... Read More »

Reader’s Digest India | January 2015 Issue | Magazine Reviews

Reader’s Digest India | January 2015 Issue | Magazine Reviews

The January 2015 issue of Reader’s Digest (India Edition) reached us almost quite on time. Here are our views about the issue. The blue-white-grey-black theme cover page looks decent. The thinker’s statue make the cover page even more attractive. The editorial this time is not great but it surely is emotional. The article which talks about the kindness of the strangers show how fortunate we are that there are humans with golden heart still lives amongst us. They prove that you can help if you wish. And you don’t need to be very wealthy or at great position to do ... Read More »