Book Reviews, Editorials

[MUST READ] – The Dilbert Principle

“A Cubicle’s Eye View of Bosses, Meetings, Management Fads & Other Workplace Afflictions”

These days it seems like any idiot with a laptop computer can churn out a
business book and make a few bucks. That’s certainly what I’m hoping. It
would be a real letdown if the trend changed before this masterpiece goes
to print.
As some of you may know, my main profession is cartooning. It’s a challenge
for a cartoonist to write a whole book. Cartoonists are trained to be
brief. Everything I’ve learned in my entire life can be boiled down to a
dozen bullet points, several of which I’ve already forgotten. Continue reading “[MUST READ] – The Dilbert Principle”

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Book Reviews

Book review: The Country is Going to the Dogs

Book title: The Country is Going to the Dogs
Author: Anurag Mathur
Publisher: Rupa Publications
Pages: 168

Society’s constricted notion about women and sexuality is portrayed through the story of a seventy-four year old man who turns sleuth when the sex siren of sin city, Miss Fifoo goes missing, in Anurag Mathur’s latest ‘The Country is Going to the Dogs’.
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Book Reviews

THE ACCIDENTAL PRIME MINISTER : THE MAKING AND UNMAKING OF MAN MOHAN SINGH

A revealing title into the inner politics of the Congress Party, The Accidental Prime Minister deals with Manmohan Singh and his conflicts with the president of the Congress Party.

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The life of the 13th Prime Minister of India is fraught with constant conflict from both the opposing party and his own party. In this
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