Tragic Story Of Partition

Dr Bharat Desai
June 21, 2012
7 mins read
The only reason for India-Pakistan partition was Congress - few Congress leaders who were old, tired, not ready to fight anymore and having a deep political desire of getting power at the earliest. All this made them accept partition without...
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The One Minute Apology

Dr Bharat Desai
September 27, 2010
About a min read
Dr Bharat Desai's review of "The One Minute Apology" by Ken Blanchard and Margret McBride: A powerful way to make things better. A manipulative technique for getting what you want. A power of forgiveness to improve or repair relationships, your...
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Train To Pakistan

Arthi Audiseshan
August 08, 2010
2 mins read
Author: Khushwant Singh/ Publisher: Grove Press/ ISBN: 9780802132215 Arthi is back to pen her thoughts down and so is Train to Pakistan - one of my long-loved books. Here's a guest post, the book review of Train to Pakistan.  Although I have...
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So Much For Reading!

Rahul Desai
July 28, 2010
2 mins read
Like in Nagesh Kukunoor’s ‘3 Deewarein’ three independent incidences took place with me in the recent past, which were meant to be linked by the end. That’s the only part in common with 3 Deewarein; the plot and the story in my case were...
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2 States (The Story Of My Marriage)

Shefali Gadroo
June 30, 2010
2 mins read
Author: Chetan Bhagat/ Publisher: Rupa & Co/ ISBN: 9788129115300 Just finished reading Two States and thought of sharing its review. Two States is fourth in line from Chetan Bhagat after blockbusters Five point someone, One night at call centre...
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Quick 15, Favorite 15

Rahul Desai
October 12, 2009
2 mins read
There was this note by my cousin - Khushboo on Facebook some time back about listing fifteen books (in really short span of time with some other wacky (whacky?) ‘rules’). One of the rules talked about listing ‘the first fifteen books I’ve read’....
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India Unbound - Gurcharan Das

Rahul Desai
April 05, 2006
About a min read
Author: Gurcharan Das/ Publisher: Penguin Books India/ ISBN: 9780143063018This being the first review on this blog, I wanted to write something really interesting (and inviting enough that a reader feels like revisiting). Before I can write a...
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