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Three Thousand Stitches By Sudha Murty | Book Review

Three Thousand Stitches: Ordinary People, Extraordinary Lives By Sudha Murty | Book Cover

Reading a book penned by Smt. Sudha Murty is always an interesting experience. She writes about incidents that happened in her life, people she met and mostly shares her knowledge in a way that the reader can be inspired by it and eventually contribute in making the society even better. Her stories reflect the real people and that makes it ... Read More »

The New Rules of Business By Rajesh Srivastava | Book Review

The New Rules of Business: Get Ahead or Get Left Behind: By Rajesh Srivastava | Book Cover

Do you love reading self-help and management books? We do. My humble opinion is, some of such books contain so much of real-world wisdom backed by examples, that they prove to be better teachers. Sometimes they teach you some important lessons that you can learn in classrooms and text books. You should read such books, regardless of your area of ... Read More »

Where Will Man Take Us? By Atul Jalan | Book Review

Where Will Man Take Us? : The bold story of the man technology is creating by Atul Jalan | Cover Page

Do you love reading academic books backed by hard research work? We do. But, these books are not for everyone. An average reader, who loves exploring fiction, thrillers, romantic stuff; basically read for entertainment, may not find them appealing. Being a professional book reviewer associated with reputed Team ThinkerViews I am fortunate to get exposed to books of various genres. ... Read More »