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Meeting the Decoder Himself—a Rendezvous With Piyush Kamra, Author of Age of Investing

Do you know the most important field of education? No, it is not science; it is finance! Want to know the secret of proper financial planning, and that too, in a not-so-overwhelming manner? Well, read on to discover some interesting facts about Piyush Kamra, author of Age of Investing and our author in the spotlight today

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Hanging Palande: A Son’s Revenge | Anuj Tikku | Book Review

Have you heard of the Arun Kumar Tikku and Karan Kakkad murder case, which gained a lot of attention back in 2012? All the major newspapers and media channels had covered this blood-curdling event, highlighting how Vijay Palande and his notorious gang had committed brutal crimes. Hanging Palande: A Son’s Revenge by Anuj Tikku, a sequel to his previous book, Yes Sir, I Killed my Dad, is an explosive piece of writing decoding the same.

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Dancers in the Dark by Ejaz Ahamad: Xenophobia through the Ages | Book Review

An antipathy that will make you sit back, mull, and wonder why colour is such a strongly held ground for discrimination even today, Dancers in the Dark by Ejaz Ahamad is a story that centres around the discrimination based on colour as well as all those so-called societal categories and stigmas that have been there for around centuries now. Yes, unfair behaviour against the LGBTQ+ community—that is what I am indicating here!

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