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Book Review: ‘Manoj Bajpayee: The Definitive Biography’ by Piyush Pandey

"Manoj Bajpayee: The Definitive Biography" concludes by providing a combination of interesting tales and lost chances. It does a good job of highlighting Bajpayee's path and perseverance, but it lacks the depth and organization necessary to do his life and career credit.

Book Review: ‘The Nirvana Express’ by Mick Brown

Mick Brown's captivating exploration, "The Nirvana Express," takes readers on a fascinating journey through the West's evolving relationship with Indian spirituality.

Book Review: ‘All That Sizzles’ by Sakshama Puri Dhariwal

In essence, "All That Sizzles" stands as an unputdownable read, skillfully balancing various themes and making it an all-encompassing experience for readers. Sakshama's adept storytelling ensures this rom-com is a delightful choice for those seeking a lighthearted yet engaging narrative.

Book Review: ‘American Prometheus: The Triumph and Tragedy of J. Robert...

"American Prometheus: The Triumph and Tragedy of J. Robert Oppenheimer," co-authored by Kai Bird and the late Martin Sherwin, debuted in 2005.

Book Review: ‘Black Money and Tax Havens’ by R. Vaidyanathan

“Black Money and Tax Havens” is a comprehensive guide to understanding the multifaceted aspects of black money.

Book Review: ‘A Walk Up The Hill’ by Madhav Gadgil

In "A Walk Up The Hill: Living with People and Nature," Madhav Gadgil intricately intertwines his experiences amidst India's landscapes with his role as an ecologist and environmentalist.