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Delhi Book Fair: From Cheap To Cheapest

The nine-day long fair, which kicked off with the theme of inculcating reading habits, is selling books at throwaway prices

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Book Review: The Day After Tomorrow

For readers who are curious to learn about Alibaba, which in 2014 raised $25 billion in the world’s biggest IPO ever and who want to understand how the Internet evolved in China, the book is well worth a read

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Book Review: Being good

The authors have tried to typify both sides of a coin, equal attention is given on the darker characteristics of leadership, exposing the wrong doings and bringing it to the surface for reconciliations

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Book Review: The Recruit

The book also meticulously lays all essential guidelines which corroborates productive external talent management

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Book Review: Hidden Patterns

The book will help you put intuition and emotion back into Big Data and humanise it to create and welcome you to a powerful new world of small data

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Book Review: Get Noticed

The book is directed at the youth who have stepped into their first job or those who have just started their career. It also serves as a useful guide for those who have spent considerable number of years already

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Film On Sania Mirza Will Be Very Inspiring: Shah Rukh Khan

Speaking at the launch of tennis star's autobiography 'Ace Against Odds', Khan said Indian sports films will be able to make a mark internationally

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Book Review: Channel Your Idea

The authors say redBus was successful because the founder was obsessed with the problem on hand and was passionate about solving it, writes Prajodh Rajan

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Book Extract: Monk To Monarch

In 1991, P. V. Narasimha Rao had started preparing for a life outside Delhi. But that was not meant to be

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Book Review: Electric Dreams

Anil Rai Gupta, who is the current CMD of Havells India, brings a personal touch to the tale, writes Vinu Syriac

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Book Review: Where Trust Is Key

Stephany points to the basic foundation of sharing economy’s success in the western world — human trust in each other, writes Siddharth Puri

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Book Review: Of Dotcoms & Ecommerce

The book mostly focuses on the US, where most of the Internet development took place under well-intentioned, though somewhat bumbling policy makers, writes Parveen Mittal

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Microsoft CEO Nadella's Debut Book To Come Out In 2017

Nadella writes that uniquely human qualities like empathy will become more valuable in a world where the torrent of technology will disrupt like never before

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