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Book review: Social Beat’s Digital Marketing Insights 2017

Digital marketing is now becoming an essential tool for brands to create that awareness and buzz around their products and services. With the boost in the internet consumption and data/information consumption patter of the people, this trend has gathered much momentum in the past 5 years. Owing to this trend, brands have realized the importance of inculcating digital marketing tools ... Read More »

Book Review: Happiness is all we want

We read books to escape from the reality and enter into a world that we want to see. Books take us into a new world of possibilities; they inspire us, motivate us, and give us the courage to go against all odds and win them bravely. One such book has been authored by Ashutosh Mishra – Happiness Is All We ... Read More »

Adolf Hitler’s Mein Kampf is Germany’s best selling book

German leader of World War II, Adolf Hitler’s book Mein Kampf is the currently the best selling book in Germany. Mein Kampf is Adolf Hitler’s autobiography and the title basically means “My Struggle”. The German state Government had banned the republication and sale of the book, but has recently allowed a version with certain additions to be sold in the ... Read More »

Small Journeys, a book by Udayan Vundru

Udayan Vundru is a 17 years ‘young’ I-Phone photographer who recently inaugurated a coffee table book named ‘Small journeys’. The book was unveiled last month at an exhibition at the Azad Bhawan Gallery in New Delhi. ‘Small Journey’ is a collection of photographs clicked through I-Phone, in India and abroad Udayan Vundru with his book Small Journeys Udayan has travelled widely ... Read More »

Book Review: Mistress of Honour written by Bhaavna Arora

STORY PLOT: 4/5 CHARACTERS: 3/5 CLIMAX: 3/5 WRITING STYLE: 2.5/5 ENTERTAINMENT QUOTIENT: 3/5 Bhaavna Arora’s debut book – The Deliberate Sinner was the best seller and now she is back with her next writing, “Mistress of Honour”. Bhaavna’s book is inspired by real stories from the armed forces. Bhavvna has used her father’s and uncles’ knowledge and experience of army ... Read More »

Book Review: “Mistress of Honour” by Bhaavna Arora

‘History sometimes can be a cruel companion of soldiers’ Mistress of Honour is much about love between a man and a woman and at the same time about duty for the country. A story in which bullets and hearts dance together and its love story make a difference. Potnis, a captain in the Indian Army, meets Pansy during Operation Blue ... Read More »

Book Review: Exit Point written by Anil Goel

While sci-fi/tech fiction thriller is nothing new, author Anil Goel’s Exit Point: 1 has built an entirely new space for itself by fusing technology with our unending fascination for life after death questions, and the spiritual and psychological elements related to it. Set in the year 2016, the tech thriller attempts to uncover a dark, mysterious online world where the ... Read More »

Book Review: ‘Dream With Your Eyes Open’ By Ronnie Screwvala

Ronnie Screwvala, a one of successful entrepreneur, well known and famous as the “Jack of Warner” shared his experience, hurdles, troubles, challenges he faced in his journey in being an entrepreneur through this book: “Dream with your Eyes Open“. Ronnie through this book shared the success he has got or been getting in media and entertainment world. But also provided ... Read More »

Book Review : Being an Entrepreneur’s wife

The book is a simple story around a girl who has high aspirations from childhood but has or faced a lot of complication in dealing with this real world and their rules & ethics. The language, vocabulary and examples used in the story are successful in delivering their message. Once, you start reading, you couldn’t stop or resist at least ... Read More »

The Red Saree by Javier Moro

Book Title : The Red Sari Author : Javier Moro Publisher : Diamond Books The Red Sari  published by Diamond Books is a dramatized version of Sonia Gandhi’s life and traces her life from Italy to Cambridge University, UK, and, eventually, India.With information sourced from close friends and colleagues, this book examines how Sonia’s courage, honesty, and dedication have made her a leader. The ... Read More »

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