Review: Nehru: A Contemporary’s Estimate

By Walter Crocker. Grade: A Walter Russell Crocker was an Australian scholar and diplomat.  From 1952 to 1970 Sir Walter served Australia with distinction for eighteen years as ambassador in a variety of countries including India (1952-1955 and 1958-1962), Indonesia, Canada, Nepal, Belgium and The Netherlands,...
  • Author: Shriya
  • November 15, 2012

Review: The Web Designer’s Idea Book

The Web Designer's Idea Book includes more than 700 websites arranged thematically so you can find inspiration for layout, color, style and more. Author Patrick McNeil has catalogued more than 5,000 sites on his website, and showcased in this book are the very best examples....
  • Author: Cami
  • November 7, 2012

Review: Conquering SAT Math

So it's your turn, huh? The SAT test is finally upon you. That test that will decide your fate when it comes to getting into colleges and will tell you how smart or how dumb you are. And you know the math section is not...
  • Author: Cami
  • November 1, 2012

Review: 500 Simple Website Tips and Techniques

More and more people are setting up their own websites for personal or professional purposes. This convenient, easy-to-use guide offers solid, jargon-free advice on the basics of website design. Learn exactly how to plan a site, with an introduction to information architecture, tools, scripting basics,...
  • Author: Cami
  • November 1, 2012

Review: Beating the Blues

By Seema Hingorrany. Grade A+ Starting with the front cover, it is extremely well conceived and designed. The image and the name of the book convey exactly what Dr Seema Hingorrany sets to achieve through her work – providing an insight into the problem called ‘depression’...
  • Author: Swarnali
  • October 27, 2012

Review: Life Balance the Sufi Way

Based on the authors’ combined 50 years of experience, Life balance the Sufi Way brings a fresh perspective to why most people are overworked, yet under-utilized. The book reflects on Eastern philosophies emphasizing reflection, silence and going with the flow, and interweaves them with Western...
  • Author: Jayesh
  • October 27, 2012

Review: Seven Steps to Lasting Happiness

Seven Steps to Lasting Happiness is the product of years of questioning and reflection in the author’s quest to find sustained happiness. The book examines how to: Have a clear vision for yourself Know your values and principles Feel fulfilled in the career of your choice Have wholesome and...
  • Author: Jayesh
  • October 27, 2012

Review: The Resurgence of Satyam

By Zafar Anjum. Grade: B+ Zafar Anjum in this concise, enlightening record traces Satyam’s journey from Raju’s confession to its revival under the aegis of Mahindra Satyam. All hell broke loose with a simple confession from Ramalinga Raju—founder and chairman of Satyam Computers, the fourth...
  • Author: Shriya
  • October 24, 2012

Review: Curfewed Night

By Basharat Peer. Grade A+ I am a naturally curious person, and was looking for some good books on Kashmir to clear up some of my doubts, when I was offered this book to review. I am glad I accepted it, because Curfewed Night is easily...
  • Author: Riya
  • October 17, 2012

Review: Web Designer’s Guide To WordPress

By: Jesse Friedman. Grade: A+ Legions of web designers and developers are choosing WordPress for building sites. That’s because it’s powerful, reliable, flexible, scalable–and more. This book is your complete guide to mastering WordPress theme development, covering everything from installation to leveraging the community resources...
  • Author: Cami
  • September 27, 2012


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