James Rutherford is on a work-related trip to India. He expects to encounter work issues and cross-cultural struggles but what truly bowls him over is a quirky, bold, and opinionated Indian girl – Radha Iyer. To cut things short, James ends up getting ‘Bangalored’ by her.
As India is heading towards general elections of 2024, some are not happy and want to stop the Prime Minister at any cost. To thwart his dreams of winning a consecutive third term, they will go to any lengths. Even as far as assassinating him.
At the core of the book lies the concept – everything starts from zero. As the author takes us through the all-important steps of planning, building, sustaining, and growing a startup, we get to know the dos and don’ts, the struggles and challenges, the opportunities and strengths that a business experiences.
When Alice and Leo shift to London and move into a newly revamped house in a closed gated community, they feel happy and accomplished. It finally feels like their dream life.
But the neighborhood is not as open and friendly as it looks. There is some secret that everyone seems to be hiding. Soon she discovers a haunting detail about her current house, one that she cannot ignore.
It is the year 1998. Mid-July. Bombay is at its humid best. And as always, Inspector Shaktawat’s life is in a mess. A brutal and fearless cop killer is at play and the police have no idea whatsoever. As the public panic increases, there is an escalating amount of pressure from those at the top.
Sushant Gupta, an archeologist, finds the church that houses Jesus’s remains but at the same location, he also finds an ominous-looking doll that goes by the name Putli. Very soon, the locals start experiencing weird and sinister encounters that hint at a darker power at play.
Adil is the son of middle-class parents, whose life is a restless journey of roller coaster rides that will change his outlook towards life.
The Un-Religious Saint is the story of Adil’s journey in life; a journey where is he assisted and guided by a mystic power that seems to have a bigger purpose for him.
1984 is not just an anxious story about the state and the use of its unfair means to do as it pleases, but also about human relations with one another. A story where parents can’t trust their own children, a colleague can’t sit with another colleague, a story about extensive inequality, and a story of an utter betrayal by your own instincts.
Set in the 1990s, Combat Skirts narrates the story of a bubbly and vivacious young woman, Saba Minhas. Saba has joined a law college in Calcutta, and has also enrolled herself in an army hostel (AWWA) in the city. While she had big ideas about her newfound freedom, she is disappointed upon her arrival in the city.
Becca is seventeen and a nerd. After her parents’ messy divorce and her dad’s estrangement, her belief in love and dating is gone. Brett is one of those popular guys. Dashing, charming, captain of the football team, whom everyone wants to be friends with. When he overhears Becca’s conversation about a mystery guy, he decides to jump in, and reveal himself as that mystery guy.
Bad Boy Bloggers is a book that talks about technology disruptors who have taken the world by storm and have achieved what many others can only dream of. It is an inspiring read because it urges you to move ahead in life.
Sunaina’s life take a turn for the worse when she becomes a widow.
One day fate leads her to a roadside vendor from whom she buys a pair of flashy red sandals. But unknown to Sunaina, these sandals have magical powers. They provide numerous superhuman abilities to anyone who wears them.