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Book Review: The Last War by Pravin Sawhney

The book, The Last War by Pravin Sawhney is divided into four parts, and each part has chapters in it. Author Pravin skilfully describes how the long-standing animosity between India and China has forced the country to be constantly aware of the advancements in warfare to avoid being blindsided.

Book Review: Wildlife India@50 by Manoj Kumar Misra

The book, Wildlife India@50 by Manoj Kumar Misra is a collection of essays by conservationists, academicians, and policymakers on India’s 50-year journey in wildlife conservation is a deep dive into what we have achieved, what more we can do, and what the future holds.

Storizen Magazine September 2022 is Live Now | Anirban Bhattacharyya

Seeing crimes happen is one thing and writing about them is another. This month, we are super excited to have The Wizard of True Crime, Anirban Bhattacharya on the Cover of Storizen Magazine. After his book, The Deadly Dozen on India's most notorious serial killers, he is back with his latest, India's Money Heist, based on the true story behind one of India's biggest and most sensational bank heists. Check out the Exclusive story on Page 8!

Book Review: Bal Thackeray by Abhas Verma

The book, Bal Thackeray by Abhas Verma mainly explains the life of a person who started by drawing caricatures to speak his mind to arouse strong emotions. It is the story of Bal Thackeray, the mascot of Marathi pride and Hindutva during that reign.

Book Review: Babri’s Debt by Dr. Kamiksha Narda Sharma

Babri's Debt by first-time author Dr. Kamiksha is not an easy book. It is not every author's cup of tea when it comes to writing it. It follows up with a trail of incidents and a tragic love story post the fall of the Babri Masjid and several horrific blasts in Mumbai. This story of three medical college girl students rising and falling in love with life makes the story interesting.

Book Review: Vultures by Dalpat Chauhan

Coming to this book, written by Gujarat's famous Dalit writer – Dalpat Chauhan's Geedh, written in 1991, translated into English by Hemang Ashwinkumar, is an account of an older man, Bhalabha, experience in a toxic casteist, feudal society.