Ganga Bharani is a technical analyst by profession, and writer and avid blogger by passion. Her debut novel Just You, Secret and Me garnered great reviews and sold more than 5,000 copies.
Aashiqui girl Anu Aggarwal pens an autobiographical story about her life before and after a near-death experience
It is very seldom that I read a book in one sitting. It is even more seldom that I love a book but am stumped at the thought of reviewing it.
What do you do for an encore when your first published novel is an instant bestseller and hailed as a classic? Simple, thought Nelle Harper Lee. Disappear from public gaze.
Bhaavna Arora resents being a slave to the ordinary. She has a BEd degree, a double MBA, as well as a PhD from Pittsford University, USA, to her credit.
Arjun Gaind’s graphic novel Empire of Blood deals with a question — what if the British had never left India? As the question is answered, what emerges is a surreal satire of the class system in the country
Playing a superhero and beating baddies to a pulp may be the dream of every actor on the planet.
Economist Thomas Schelling won the Nobel prize in economics in 2005. In his work he has put forward the concept of an “identified life”. Schelling explains this in his book Choice and Consequence: Perspectives of an Errant Economist: “Let a six-year-old girl with brown hair need thousands of dollars for an operation that will prolong her life until Christmas, and the post office will be swamped with nickels and dimes to save her.