5 Lesser-Known Facts About Diabetes You Should Know

There are 64.5 million people in India who are suffering from diabetes. Using scientific evidence and taking into account the Indian context and tastes, Dr. Nandita Shah in Reversing Diabetes in 21 Days outlines a step-by-step guide to not only prevent the disease but also reverse it. Here are five lesser-known facts about the disease…

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Meet the Characters from ‘Bheem’

Jyotin Goel in Bheem has created a fascinating amalgamation of mythology and adventure in the modern setting. The plot of the book revolves around a deadly threat which has arisen from the ancient battlefields of Lanka and Kurukshetra. Ripping through the vortex of time, Bheem arrives in the twenty-first century to combat this crisis. But…

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The Life Cycle of an Innovation

R. Gopalakrishnan has been a professional manager for forty-two years and is an expert on practical managerial experience. In his book A Biography of Innovations he defines thought as the ancestor of innovation. He further argues that the life cycle of an innovation is similar to that of a human being. Here’s how he equates the life…

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Our #BooksNotBorders Bookshelf

Penguin Random House India’s superb collection of writers from the subcontinent focussing on Pakistan. Exit West by Mohsin Hamid Shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize 2017 Nadia and Saeed are two ordinary young people attempting to do an extraordinary thing—to fall in love—in a world turned upside down. Civil war has come to the city…

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5 Tips in Which You Can Tone Your Life

Venugopal Acharya is a practicing monk at the ISKCON. In his book Are You Connected, he shares the different skills and experiences that help one feel loved and in touch with one’s self, the people who matter and God. He also highlights the need to delve deeper into the meaning and purpose of life and…

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6 Important Milestones of the India-China Relationship

Frédéric Grare in India Turns East reflects on India’s ‘Look East’ policy. The policy was initially aimed at reconnecting India with Asia’s economic globalization. However, as China moved to gain an assertive position, India’s policy has evolved into a comprehensive strategy with political and military dimensions. Grare also throws light on India’s long and difficult…

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A Look Into the Works of Writer, Publisher and Festival Director, Namita Gokhale

As we move another day closer to getting our hands on Namita Gokhale’s newest book for children, Lost in Time: Ghatotkacha and the Game of Illusion, here’s revisiting the beautiful books written by the celebrated author through the years, on a wide gamut of subjects.   The Book of Shiva Shiva: Destroyer and Protector, Supreme…

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