5 Famous Journals that became Books

‘I need a window to look at the world without; for only then can I look at the world within.’ writes Ruskin Bond in Words From My Window. Delving into the past, this journal of his life experiences transforms into a stage on which events and people are brought together to comprehend the process of…

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Things You Didn’t Know About The Assam Accord

Lakhs of Indians will no longer be Indian citizens after 31st August 2019 and The Assam Accord will decide their fate. What is the Assam Accord? Why is Assam the only Indian state to have an exclusive citizenship cut-off date? What steered the Rajiv Gandhi government to sign the Accord with All Assam Students Union…

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Feeling Zapped? Here are 5 Telltale Signs of ‘Burnout’!

Globalization, connectivity and competitiveness have changed the way we work, conduct business and lead our lives. While there are several positives to this new way, there are, of course, negatives too. One of them happens to be the rising rates of burnout. People from all walks of life feel they are overworked, chronically stressed, sleep-deprived…

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An Excerpt from ‘The Messenger’

Every reporter knows the first rule of journalism: never betray your source. But what if your source turns out to be unworthy of your silence? What if it’s your source who betrays you? The Messenger by Shiv Malik tells the story of an unlikely friendship between two men looking to change the world: a repentant jihadist…

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An Excerpt from ‘The First Aryan’

A series of murders have taken place in Parsupur, the capital city of Parsuvarta. Kasyapa and Agastya, two students training to become priests, are asked by their guru to investigate the deaths. It is an age when Vedic gods are worshiped, religious sacrifices are performed regularly, commerce flourishes and kings are guided by their loyal…

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