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Precious Prints On Paper

Venture beyond the staple antiquarian focus of most desi collectors. Instead pursue books of greater bibliographical significance to India

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Book Review: Managing Millennials

The book lives up to its expectations and exposes what could be the world like with the Gen Z employees entering the workplace, and in full force

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Sustaining A Brand

Since the book is centred around the idea of growing brands, it has a fairly long-term view and runs down the idea of tactical, short-term and promotional advertising. It does make sense with the data shared along with the arguments. But one is not fully convinced

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Orbis Launches Singing Tree An Illustrated Book On Preventable Child Blindness

The book talks about a little girl who cannot see the birds due to impaired vision and assumes that the beautiful songs she heard were sung by the tree under which she spent her time

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Whose Side Was I On?

The author was in for a surprising revelation during a stand-off between unions and employers

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India's Aadhaar Rivals Growth Of Windows, Android, Facebook: Nadella

In his book 'Hit Refresh', which was released during the ongoing Microsoft Ignite 2017 conference, has praised India's leap forward in the digital and technological arena.

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'We Must Move Away From This Unhealthy Obsession Over Degrees'

In an interview with BW Businessworld, Joshi says the book goes beyond a 'how to' book on India and discusses solutions for the largest challenges of our times

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Gender-Positive Books By Katha To Challenge Gender Stereotypes

New Zealand High Commission and Katha launch series of gender-positive books for young leaders. The books will reach 90,000 primary school students across Delhi

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Book Review: The Transformation Code

The Book '7 Karma Codes' by Suzy Singh identifies seven aslects where positive karma could be used for reapong beneficial results

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Ambition Gone Awry?

Claiming to be the world’s first dual-facing novel, the reverse end of ‘Goliath of Shenzhen’ is a graphic novel telling the same story

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Regaining Lost Glory

Hidden between the pages of the book is the secret of how organisations with the right resources and efforts have the ability to ‘rise like a phoenix’

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When Telegraph Triumphed

In Wiring the Nation, Mann tells the story of India’s war for Independence through the newspapers that covered it

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Action Plan In Time Of Grief?

It is the universality of approach of the book that makes this story into one that has the power to become the practical handbook for all

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