A team of elite NSG commandos called Pandavashave been deployed on a highly-sensitive hostage rescue mission that will take them to the thickly forested Dantewada region.
You Should See Me in a Crown is a book that manages to be a light read while touching upon sensitive subjects like racial and sexual prejudices.
I like the way “Jujube” doesn’t tend to preach. Instead, it reminds us of doing things that we already know of.
“Calcuttascape: Musings of a Globetrotter” is a book for those who enjoy simple nonfiction writing about everything under the sun – travel, business, society, customer service, award functions, literature, and much more.
Chetan Bhagat’s One Arranged Murder has all the ingredients of a classic masala drama. It has romance, comedy, murder, action, adventure, family drama, friendships, and light-hearted banter.
On the professional front, Ameya is a Master of Science in Public Health (MSPH) and a Global Health Field Placement Fellow of Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA. He also has prior medical training (MBBS) from Seth GS Medical College and KEM Hospital, Mumbai, India.
“Think Like a Monk” is a book that offers both conventional as well as unconventional wisdom in an attempt to make our lives better, happier, more peaceful, and purposeful.
Every single one of superstar Raaj’s official ex-girlfriend either ends up becoming mentally unstable or dies under mysterious circumstances. Driven with a sense of moral justice and a passion for investigative journalism, Suhaasini sets out on a path to unravel the truth.
“Afsaane” is a collection of short stories that are relatable in their themes and remarkable in their depth. It is a book that attempts to anchor our generation down with its esoteric lessons and its philosophical musings.
“How to Give Up Plastic” is a great book for somebody who wants to learn about the plastic crisis and the urgency to tackle it before it’s too late. Expect a book that talks about the plastic and its impact on our environment especially our oceans. Expect a book that is short and easy to read.
‘Twins in Trouble’ narrates the story Rhea and Riniget, the identical twins who get entangled in a sinister drug deal while attempting an innocent prank to fool a hairstylist.
‘Chaturanga’ parts with us on an interesting note promising a thrilling journey ahead. It leaves us with many open-ended questions, igniting our curiosities and flaming the fire with a tease here and a tease there.