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Book Review: The Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend by Katarina Bivald

Isn’t it always a pleasure to read books about reading? Isn’t it always a pleasure to read about characters that unfold as the plot proceeds? Isn’t it...

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Why you should visit the Book Fair at least once as a student

This time arrives every year, when all book lovers excitedly queue outside the gates of Pragati Maidan, waiting to treat their eyes and minds to an abundance of books...

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Humour in print: Book List

According to Bob Newhart, “The only way to survive is to have a sense of humour.” In fact, humour is your best bet, your most potent weapon, against the...

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Book Review: A Silent Promise by Namrata Gupta

If you’re somewhere between your late-teens and early-twenties, then you should be sure to relate to every word in the text. For readers younger, parts of the book...

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9 books you should read this Christmas for those festive feels

With finals over and Christmas-sy vibes all around, everyone deserves to sit down with a cuppa and read a good book as you sip through the warmth of the coffee, whether...

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Book Review: Seat no. 51 by Shubham Gaur

We all are nothing but a collection of our experiences. Right from our birth, we start assembling memories and even the slightest resemblance to a memorable experience...

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4 books that will change the way you think

We all want to come across books that specifically cater to our own needs and provide a meaningful insight into another person’s experience. Like education, an...

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Book Review: Another Day by David Levithan

The plot is as refreshing as it gets. It is the story that delves deep into our definitions of friendship, love, companionship and belonging. How far will we go to be...

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Book Review: Hurry Om Hari by Parul Tyagi

If someone asks you today to choose between a love and an arranged marriage- which one would you prefer? Those who say that they prefer the latter, they’d be lying to...

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Book Review: Death in Every Stride by Megha Agarwal of SRCC

Dreams come true, but some turn into nightmares that haunt you for the rest of your life. Death in Every Stride is one such journey through the subtleties of the life...