A serious inquiry into the sustainability of the world that we live in today. It attempts to propose a better and more sustainable way of living for all individuals. The author proffers a balanced approach that not just focuses on wealth but also on wisdom and ethics.
In Service of the Republic offers many tips for getting the policymaking process right. The highlight of the book is that it appeals to the layman as much as it appeals to the seasoned administrator. The use of jargon is minimal and things are explained in a simple manner.
Webbing the Webseries Web is a book that touches upon crucial aspects of content planning and execution of a web series. It is a book that offers both practical tips and personal insights on the subject. But in a more informal and candid fashion.
Myth of the Entrepreneur is a book that gives us some serious points to reflect on while influencing our thought process for the greater good. Written in a crisp and a no-nonsense manner, the book is as interesting as it is informative.
With not much research to boast about and only the author’s own experience to its credit, Blogging for Diamond is a book that can be read as an add-on read in addition to other books but certainly not as a standalone read on the subject.
Where Will Man Take Us? is a book that delves deeper into how technology is changing us and will continue to change us in the coming years.
Between You and Me talks about the many things that are wrong with today’s India – society, politics, economy, constitution, institutions, bureaucracy etc. Also, expect a book that focuses more on solutions and the path ahead than reflections on the past and criticisms of the current.
Loophole Games is a discourse on different Tax Avoidance Strategies at work. Smarak Swain, the author, explores how corporate organizations affect countries through their fabricated mechanisms. He narrates true stories on Profit Shifting, Money Laundering, Sham Transactions, Tax Havens and Base Erosion.
SUBJECT: 4/5 RESEARCH: 3.5/5 WRITING STYLE: 3.5/5 ENTERTAINMENT QUOTIENT: 3.5/5 There is no denying the phenomenal growth that Brand Ramdev has witnessed. From our TVs to our kitchens to our bathrooms, Brand Ramdev is everywhere. So, it was just a matter of time that someone wrote a book about it. Kaushik Deka who had previously […]
SUBJECT: 3/5RESEARCH: 4/5WRITING STYLE: 4/5ENTERTAINMENT QUOTIENT: 4.5/5 I remember reading Rashmi Bansal’s Poor Little Rich Slum and liking it a lot. If you are somebody who follows my Youtube channel and my reviews here on bookgeeks, you will know that I enjoy non-fiction reads. “God’s Own Kitchen” was one of the books that were sent […]
CONCEPT: 4/5 WRITING STYLE: 3.5/5 RELEVANCE: 3.5/5 ENTERTAINMENT QUOTIENT: 3.5/5 In this age of cut-throat competition, innovation is not just a way of competitive advantage but often the means of survival. But what is the right approach to innovation? Do all companies carry out innovation rationally? If yes, then why do many innovations fail? Why […]
SUBJECT: 3/5 RESEARCH: 3/5 RELEVANCE: 3.5/5 ENTERTAINMENT QUOTIENT: 3/5 The author JT is a retired officer of the Indian Navy and in his free time has often pondered over certain basic questions which haunt the daily aspects of our lives but which, unfortunately, we as humans, have never attempted to answer. These questions include why […]