Category Archives: Book Reviews

One Book Is All It Took

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I bought a book* around fifteen years ago. For some reason I can no longer remember, I did not read the book for almost three years after I got it. There it sat, gathering dust, while I struggled trying to find a foothold in the dense fog. All the while, if I had but read the book, I might have… Read more »

Book Review:ABC of Indian National Education

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I don’t often write book reviews- in fact I hardly ever do. Beloo Mehra’s training and professional experience (see her professional credentials below) make her eminently suitable to pen a book of this scope and depth on this topic. My admiration for Beloo’s  work and wisdom hardly needs reiteration. It is an admiration born one day at a time all… Read more »

Sirens Spell Danger- Book Review

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The book is an anthology of three thrillers written by C. Suresh , Radha Sawana and Karthik L. Fast paced, with intrigue and mayhem at every step, the stories don’t let you put the book down. The first story, Femme Fatale by C. Suresh, is a saga in which a series of inevitable events lead to the edge of the… Read more »