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Bhoot, Bhavish, Bartaman By Mehool Parekh | Book Review

Bhoot, Bhavish, Bartaman By Mehool Parekh | Book Cover

The human mind is a strange creation. It can do wonderful good things and at the same time, it is capable of creating havocs also. When we see the crime in society we see it backed by many things. The social and financial circumstances, the way the person grew up, the choices he/she had at certain junctions of life,… plays ... Read More »

Veerappan: Chasing The Brigand by K Vijay Kumar | Book Review

Veerappan Chasing The Brigand by K Vijay Kumar | Book Cover

The book – Veerappan Chasing The Brigand – was in our radar since long. The long queue of books to be reviewed kept pushing it. However, there came a time when we found it available for Free to read under “Amazon Prime Reading” program. Under this program, Amazon Prime members get a chance to read the books from the catalog ... Read More »

Unlawful Justice by Vish Dhamija | Book Review

Unlawful Justice by Vish Dhamija | Book Review

Ideally, justice and law are complementary things. Laws are made so justice can be served. In that aspect, we can say that – justice is the goal and laws the resources to enforce the goal is reached. Things are not always ideal. We have seen in many cases that the laws are bent or interpreted in a way that they ... Read More »

Pound Of Flesh by Mukul Deva | Book Review

Pound Of Flesh by Mukul Deva | Book Cover

Mukul Deva is a retired officer of the Indian Armed Forces. After retirement, he started writing books and conducting various seminars and is also associated with corporate training. He currently lives in Singapore. Though he also writes Management oriented books, from our team, I have got a chance to read his Military thriller – RIP – which is a military ... Read More »