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Book Review: ‘The Coming Wave’ by Mustafa Suleyman and Michael Bhaskar

"The Coming Wave" is a must-read for anyone interested in the future of technology and its impact on society. Mustafa Suleyman's diverse background and expertise make his insights invaluable, providing readers with a comprehensive understanding of the challenges and opportunities presented by AI and synthetic biology in the 21st century.

Book Review: ‘The Future Is Ours’ by Sudhanshu Kaushik

"The Future Is Ours" is not merely a book but a crucial examination of whether the country's youth is prepared to actively participate in shaping their destiny.

Book Review: ‘The Girl in the Magical Flute’ by Meena Arora...

"The Girl in the Magical Flute" is not merely a book; it is a perfect companion for those ready to rediscover the enchantment woven within the fabric of folklore and mythology.

Book Review: ‘The India Cookbook: From the Tables of My Friends’...

"The India Cookbook" features recipes from a plethora of renowned personalities, including Vinod and Chinna Dua, Shabana Azmi, Shashi Tharoor, and many more.

Book Review: ‘The Vulnerables’ by Sigrid Nunez

Reading "The Vulnerables" feels like catching up with an intriguing friend, and listening to mesmerizing stories of life during the pandemic.

Book Review: ‘The Yellow Book: A Traveller’s Diary’ by Amitava Kumar

"The Yellow Book: A Traveller's Diary" is not just a travelogue but a rich tapestry of personal reflections, contemporary issues, and the enduring call for hope.