USAma (2nd edition): Is USA the World’s Largest Terrorist? Amit Bagaria – Review

USAma: Is USA the World’s Largest Terrorist?  This is the title of a very popular book, and also a much-debated one, written by famous non-fiction author from India, Amit Bagaria. The author has written this book with a pre-occupied and pre-conceived notion that USA is more a sinister entity than Osama Bin Laden or many deadly terror organisations in the world. It’s shocking, isn’t it? However, I had to read the book so that I could tell the readers of

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50 Ways to Make Google Love Your Website – Review

Though the book is old, it does not take away many things that are working as the white hat SEO practices to make your website very famous on the Google search result pages or SERPs. The good practices are still good practices and one should know about those if one wants a website to come to the top of Google search results. So, what am I talking about? Why am I talking about these things today? I want to let

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I-spy: A Peep into the World of Spies by Amit Bagaria – Review

I-Spy: A Peep into the World of Spies is a title by Amit Bagaria, a well-known non-fiction and fiction writer from India, who has written many books on national and international affairs of importance and controversies. His book Demythsifying Myths became very popular and I-Spy follows the same. In the present title, I-Spy, the author takes the readers into the world of intelligence warfare and the challenges to secure one’s nation with an added responsibility to infiltrate into other nations’

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Literary Occasions by V. S. Naipaul – Review

Literary Occasions by V. S. Naipaul is a collection of a few long essays and also appended to it is the Nobel Prize lecture that we also know as the Banquet Speech. This collection opens the door to many facets of the versatile personality of the great novelist that we know. An Indian by heart and a Trinidadian by birth, Naipaul always kept his heart before his mind and that is why we see in his novels, the greatest and

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Demythsifying Myths: Demystifying 18 Myths about India – Review

Demythsifying Myths

A fundamental rule of life is believing what you see. Forget it, in the world of media, it has been obsolete. We can be shown whatever someone wants and then we easily can be manipulated. Amit Bagaria has written this wonderful book entitled Demythisfying Myths: Demystifying 19 Myths about India. This book does what our society and schools should have done in the Indian context. This book shatters the lies that we have been fed instead of truths that we

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Sense and Syllogism: Logic in Life – Aparna Tulpule – Review

Aparna Tulpule’s part-academic book, Sense and Syllogism: Logic in Life, has been an overall better experience than many of the recent fiction books I have read this year. I read this book recently and here is my review for the same. At the outset, be sure that the book is for those readers who are interested in facts, assumptions and academic opinions as well. About 200 pages and more than 10 chapters, 14 to give an accurate number, the book

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