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Author interview: Divesh Mishra on his b

The book aims to break common myths, especially among young aspirants, about starting a career in banking, says author Divesh Mishra, who has worked with two leading banks, SBI Group and HDFC. 

Author interview: Tapan Das on his debut

Tapan Das says he wants to point to the futility of community violence through his novel 'Amar ma ke kandte dao'. 

Author interview: Hiren Sanyal on his de

Author Hiren Sanyal says his debut English novel revolves around the principles of Indian philosophy

Book Review: The Erotic Muse, a fictiona

‘The Erotic Muse’, a fiction written by Rajeev Singh, includes mystery, adventure, thrills, horror, heart racing moments and, last but not the least, love.

Book review: Amar ma ke kandte dao, a Be

“Amar ma ke kandte dao”, a Bengali novel written by Tapan Das, is about the life of an innocent girl, Tapashi, who loses everything after Assamese zealots ruthlessly attack her Bengali parents.

Book review: Ruffled Feather, a collabor

Do you remember the last time you read a story that felt like you had exactly the same thing to say? Do you sometimes feel that there might be people living the same lives as you, feeling the same things, just expressing better? Well there are.

Book review: ‘REMINDED: Mother Indiaâ€

‘REMINDED: Mother India’ written by Hiren Sanyal is an emotional roller-coaster.  It tells the story of a boy named Shanu Roy, an ordinary boy but an extraordinary character.

Book review: Bachhai Pachforon, a colle

“Bachhai Pachforon” is a seriously quirky and humorous collection of articles written by Uttarayan Deb; fifty articles that see contemporary issues through a satirical veil.

Book Review: Osotto Noi, a collection of

“Osotto Noi”, a collection of 11 Bengali short stories, written by Banani Sikdar, is a heart-warming mix of unconventional stories—stories that are simple but have a lot of emotion in them and leave a pleasant aftertaste.

India in 2018 is not same as it was in 1

Kolkata, Feb 5 (IBNS): Former chief of the Indian army staff India, General Shankar Roy Chowdhury(Retd), on Sunday said India in 2018 is not the same as it was in1962.

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