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Book Review: Indian Background On A Western Foreground

Holding up industry icons like Kiran Mazumdar Shah and Harsh Mariwala as examples, Steve Correa describes the characteristics that make the Indian leader distinctive and adaptive, agile and effective, both in India and abroad. It is our ‘Indianness’ that’s working so far, in our professional journey

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Book Review: Sentinels Of The Soil

The book showcases to the world how a developing nation successfully overcame one of the biggest crisis ever seen in recent history.

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Book Review: The Biography of a Failed Venture By Prashant Desai

This book is fascinating as it takes head-on this very concept of “failure” and dissects what happened in the author’s life and business venture.

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Book Review: VUCA In Startups

This is the first study of Indian startups, which has succeeded in the marketplace. Learning from others may shorten your journey by making fewer mistakes. Every prospective entrepreneur must read this book before embarking on his Start-up journey.

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Making Sense Of The Pandemic

By unraveling the stories of past pandemics we can begin to better understand our future, and prepare for what it holds in store for us

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Book Review: Pandemonium - The Great Indian Banking Tragedy

The book takes you to a roller-coaster ride in search for the answer. It is a compelling story on the rot in India’s banking system – how promoters easily swapped equity with debt as bank managements looked the other way to protect their balance sheets, until the RBI began waging a war against ballooning bad loans.

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Book Review: When The Leader Is Also A Coach

The book is full of interesting anecdotes and insights culled from research and interviews with prominent business leaders.

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A Mirror To India Of The Modern Day

Meeta and Rajivlochan take a new and refined view of India’s history in quest of a playbook for the future

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Hong Kong Libraries Pull Out Books By Pro-Democracy Activists For Review

Bar Association chairman Philip Dykes called the move to be alarming and said authorities needed to justify restricting the public's right to seek information.

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Book: A Historical Epic… Had Me Hooked!

This book had me glued to every word, till the very last page. Locked down and wondering how to spend my time effectively, I decided to get back to my reading days!

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A New Chord

The book is packed with examples, case studies and stories from India and a great many from the author’s own experience, which bring the underlying principles alive.

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Book Review: Town Planning-Principle, Process and Practice

The book in its 14 chapters explains comprehensively the principles, process and practice of urban development, which align with the socio-economic, environmental and technological changes.

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Book Review: Tall Buildings And Vertical Urbanism

The book looks at the evolution of tall buildings and their relationship with the urban growth, land, economy, climate and ecology.

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Rule Of One: The Power Of Social Intrapreneurship

The book shows you how to think like an entrepreneur for social benefit, but within an existing organization and handling the shareholder's money with care.

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Book Reveiw: As Death Stared Back

The book creates an eerie atmosphere right from the beginning, progressing in two discrete time segments of the past and the present, steadily unfolding the biggest mystery only in the last few chapters.

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