Category Archives: Book review

PRINT MEDIA-THEN AND NOW NN

Once upon a time, newspapers were tame animals. They only doled out news items that were fed to them by news agencies. Newspapers from different business houses published identical news items sourced from PTI for domestic news and Reuters for … Continue reading

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Book Review of THE BANKSTER—by Ravi Subramanian

The Bankster I have many Bankers in my family including my husband, a non-banker who worked in a bank! I did pick up Ravi Subramanian’s earlier books, but frankly they did not grab me as ‘Bankster’ did from page 1. … Continue reading

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Review: I, Rama Age of Seers Book-1 by Ravi Venu for Blogadda

I, Rama Age of Seers Book-1 by Ravi Venu Immortality has a Price If there is a story that has been told and retold since time immemorial, it is the story of Rama. The fascination to reinvent this tale attacks … Continue reading

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URBAN SHOTS: CROSSWORDS

The recurring character in most of the stories in this anthology is the train. If you have had anything to do with Mumbai, then you will be familiar with the recurring metaphor of this city—the suburban trains and the teeming, … Continue reading

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I’m Not Twenty Four…I’ve been nineteen for five years…by Sachin Garg

This is the story of the North South divide!! It is about a Delhi girl coming into rural Karnataka into an industrial township and the gory adventures that she faces. The story is a coming of age of a yuppie … Continue reading

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