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By Anand Neelakantan

The epic tale of victory and defeat… The story of the Ramayana had been told innumerable times. The enthralling story of Rama, the incarnation of God, who slew Ravana, the evil demon of darkness, is known to every Indian.

Asura Tale Of The Vanquished
By Bane Singh

What ails Mother Earth? The answer can be found in the propensities of Man, her most gifted, but alas, her also most prodigal son. The world today may look to be the oyster to the modern Man, with his faculties of creativity, inventiveness and enterprise. But looks are deceptive. Man has harnessed science and technology and also the new science of economics to bring about unprecedented prosperity, growth and amenities of life.

All this, however, has come at a grievous cost to nature – in the anthropogenic maladies that we, in our reckless quest for ‘progress’ and comfort, have inflicted on the mother planet. Climate change and global warming; rampant exploitation of non-renewable fossil fuels belching out greenhouse gases; retreating glaciers; growing water, air and noise pollution; ocean acidification; ozone depletion; dwindling forests; imperiled biodiversity; and the growing menace of e-wastage – all are stark symptoms of the seemingly inexorable degradation that human activities have wrought on the once-pristine environment of this living planet. We do not seem to learn from the fearsome records of myriad disasters and the five great extinctions that has stricken the earth in the past; what is worse, we seem to be heading mindlessly toward our collective doom of a sixth extinction, this time threatening to be caused by human-induced climate change.

Healing The Blue Planet
By Rashmi Narzary

Ten-year-old Barsau lives in poverty but is far from being poor. He does not go to a fancy school but learns the best from nature. His domain is not wide, yet the whole earth is his, as he revels in his own adventures under his share of the blue sky above his contented head and the earth under his joyous feet.

His Share of Sky
By Varsha Seshan

A young girl sat straight-backed on the edge of her chair, chewing a yellow pencil… She wiped her table clean with her sleeve, and with reverence, took out five clean sheets of papers. With a smile of joy, she began to write. Visited by the charming Story-Catcher, she writes stories of all kinds – a boy who finds the eye of a dragon; a girl who finds a letter from her great-grandfather whom she never knew; the Master of Dreams who helps create dreams every night; Coco who is half-deer-half-man; and Ruby who gets a glimpse of the other side of the mirror.

The Story Catcher
By Saurabh Kumar Singh

Everyone doesn’t make it to IIT….. But, they do make it BIG and sometimes GREAT Born in an Army background, Sid was brought up by his parents to become an “Army Medical Officer”. But getting indulged in all sorts of tarnished activities and thereafter screwing up his board results, he finally landed in Chennai to pursue his engineering ….of course.. Not from IIT!! College fun, Ragging in Hostel, scariest mess-food, dumbest mates, carats of beer and smoky environment ruined him further.

College 2 Company
By Oswald Pereira

On a hot, humid morning in May 1545, a joint conversion brigade of the Portuguese King and the Pope set out to spread Christ’s message of love and compassion, but they leave behind a deathly trail of murder and mayhem. Armed with a monstrous cannon and scores of firearms, the brigade raids Princess Darshana Kamya Kathodi’s palace in Tana, carrying for her and her people the King’s inviolable conversion order… sealed by the Pope’s promise of a new heaven. The beautiful, 18-year-old tribal princess fights back with her ace archers’ poison arrows. Revenge of the Naked Princess shows how brutal, forced conversions can blur the line between religion and carnage.This historical page-turner by veteran journalist-turned-novelist Oswald Pareira comes after the success of his widely-acclaimed, best-selling thriller The Newsroom Mafia.

Revenge of the Naked Princess
By Supriya Parulekar

Meghna, a computer professional turned housewife, is one year into her marriage and already repenting giving up a high-salaried job with an IT form. To make matters worse, her husband Ashutosh takes her for granted. Meghna tries to adjust to her new life, fails miserably, and gets depressed. Ashutosh is struggling with his own set of problems. He loses his job to recession and is forced to move out of his house with Meghna. His troubles begin to adversely affect their marriage. Meghna finds an opportunity to once again prove her capabilities when she joins ‘Infinite Helpline’ a Dial-in service for the aged and lonely. Here, unknowingly she gets friendly with the most wanted underworld criminal, Mallinath aka Malli. Malli gets along with her, who he knows as ‘Angel’, as if she is his long-lost friend. Angel understands him and genuinely wants to help him deal with his loneliness. Malli is smart enough not to give away his identity. Soon, it’s time for Malli to move on with his life. But first, he has to get the diamonds he has kept hidden from his boss Don Zuber. But Zuber gets to know about the diamonds and sends his men after him. Malli is on the run, so he chooses Angel to do the dirty work for him. Malli knows he will need a full-proof plan and so he kidnaps Ashutosh. Now Angel is his ‘Muse’. Will Meghna get the diamonds for Mallinath? Will she be successful in rescuing her husband from the gangster’s clutches? Will she make peace with herself after his ordeal is over?

The Gangster’s Muse
By Leadstart Publishing Pvt. Ltd.

Your 2013 Diary contains : Messages of hope and encouragement, Wisdom from yesterday for today and tomorrow, Humour to make you smile when you are down, Optimism for you to see the brighter side of life, Thoughts of gratitude for what you value and appreciate, Inspiration for when you want it, Motivation for when you need it, Space for you to invent your own goals and dreams. As another year lays before you, a blank page awaiting words, take time to remember what you here for. Before you get too busy setting goals and making plans, take time to remember which moments last year took your breath away. May you find this year ways to create more of that.

The Indian Get Up and Go Diary – 2013
By Marianne Furtado De Nazareth

Set in the tiny village of Pilerne, Bardez, Goa, the three Furtado brothers move to Pilerne from Carambolim, their ancestral village. Noted engineers, they have been given the project of building a dam and dykes to control the saline waters of the creek, to save the rice fields from turning into wasteland. Like the famed food and drink of Goa, this family saga is redolent with earthy and piquant flavours it is the story of three generations of a family who uproot themselves to forge a new life in a new land, along with their fears of moving; the tensions of setting up home; and how they finally turn into gauncars (members) of Pilerne.The Furtado family could be any Goan family that has emigrated to a different part of the world in modern times. All Goans are proud of their roots and share a strong Portuguese influence in their cuisine, music, and way of life. And they always love to come back to Goa no matter where they live. This wonderfully human story makes for a compelling read. Here is the real Goa, no longer hidden behind the camouflage and trappings of a world famous tourist destination. There are no beaches, food shacks, luxury resorts and Kashmiri shops just an unvarnished peek at village life. The traditon of diving into wells, enjoying lavish meals, and looking at life and love steeped in typical Goan susegad, is all there for the reader to enjoy.

Above the Rice Fields of Pilerne: A Tapestry of Life
By Divaakar

‘I’ m sure you can do a much better job than Bhagath!’ When BB hears these inspiring words from his sexy lady boss, his staid life as a successful analyst in an MNC goes into a tailspin. Bitten by the ego bug and smitten by her, BB sets off on his quest to write a book that’s better than India’s greatest writer Dr.Bhagath’s blockbusters. Nothing unusual about this for BB, who likes a good fight. Except that he and Bhagath had been classmates and friends at college. What follows is a roller-coaster voyage of the debutant author and his book, with all its twists and cul-de-sacs. Brushes with publishers, celebrities, retailers, book chains, and competition with the alliances among giants, mark the challenger’s journey, upping the stakes at every stage.Will BB catch up with his famous friend?What will their encounter be like?Written from inside the ring, ‘Beaten by Bhagath’ is a gripping tale …the first-ever about the unseen side of the wonderland of Indian fiction.

Beaten by Bhagat
   
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By Anand Neelakantan

“THE MAHABHARATA ENDURES AS THE GREAT EPIC OF INDIA. While Jaya is the story of the Pandavas, told from the perspective of the victors of Kurukshetra, Ajaya is the tale of the Kauravas, who were decimated to the last man. …

AJAYA –  RISE OF KALI (Book 2)
By Saurabh Kumar Singh

Everyone doesn’t make it to IIT….. But, they do make it BIG and sometimes GREAT Born in an Army background, Sid was brought up by his parents to become an “Army Medical Officer”. But getting indulged in all sorts of tarnished activities and thereafter screwing up his board results, he finally landed in Chennai to pursue his engineering ….of course.. Not from IIT!! College fun, Ragging in Hostel, scariest mess-food, dumbest mates, carats of beer and smoky environment ruined him further.

College 2 Company
By Varsha Seshan

A young girl sat straight-backed on the edge of her chair, chewing a yellow pencil… She wiped her table clean with her sleeve, and with reverence, took out five clean sheets of papers. With a smile of joy, she began to write. Visited by the charming Story-Catcher, she writes stories of all kinds – a boy who finds the eye of a dragon; a girl who finds a letter from her great-grandfather whom she never knew; the Master of Dreams who helps create dreams every night; Coco who is half-deer-half-man; and Ruby who gets a glimpse of the other side of the mirror.

The Story Catcher
By Rashmi Narzary

Ten-year-old Barsau lives in poverty but is far from being poor. He does not go to a fancy school but learns the best from nature. His domain is not wide, yet the whole earth is his, as he revels in his own adventures under his share of the blue sky above his contented head and the earth under his joyous feet.

His Share of Sky
By Anuja Chandramouli

Arjuna is the immortal tale of one of India’s greatest heroes. These pages retell in riveting detail the story of the Pandava Warrior-Prince who has captured the imagination of millions across centuries. This is the intense and human story of his loves, friendship, ambitions, weaknesses and follies, as well as his untimely death and revival, his stint as a eunuch, and the innermost reaches of his thoughts.Told in a refreshingly modern and humourous style and set against the staggering backdrop of the Mahabharata. Arjuna’s story appeals equally to the average, discerning reader and the scholar. It spans the epic journey from before his birth, when omens foretold his greatness, across the fabled, wondrous landscape that was his life.

Arjuna  Saga Of A Pandava Warrior-Prince
By Bane Singh

What ails Mother Earth? The answer can be found in the propensities of Man, her most gifted, but alas, her also most prodigal son. The world today may look to be the oyster to the modern Man, with his faculties of creativity, inventiveness and enterprise. But looks are deceptive. Man has harnessed science and technology and also the new science of economics to bring about unprecedented prosperity, growth and amenities of life.

All this, however, has come at a grievous cost to nature – in the anthropogenic maladies that we, in our reckless quest for ‘progress’ and comfort, have inflicted on the mother planet. Climate change and global warming; rampant exploitation of non-renewable fossil fuels belching out greenhouse gases; retreating glaciers; growing water, air and noise pollution; ocean acidification; ozone depletion; dwindling forests; imperiled biodiversity; and the growing menace of e-wastage – all are stark symptoms of the seemingly inexorable degradation that human activities have wrought on the once-pristine environment of this living planet. We do not seem to learn from the fearsome records of myriad disasters and the five great extinctions that has stricken the earth in the past; what is worse, we seem to be heading mindlessly toward our collective doom of a sixth extinction, this time threatening to be caused by human-induced climate change.

Healing The Blue Planet
By Rikky Bhartia

Love … Life … Separation? Love ? implies three words ? smiles, tears, and endings. Endings are not always happy … yet they leave a mark in our lives in some way.ïMe ñNî Her ? A Strange FeelingÍ is an …

Me “N” Her – A Strange Feeling
By Anand Neelakantan

The epic tale of victory and defeat… The story of the Ramayana had been told innumerable times. The enthralling story of Rama, the incarnation of God, who slew Ravana, the evil demon of darkness, is known to every Indian.

Asura Tale Of The Vanquished
By Jaydeep Banerjee

Johnny has paradoxical views on life, has a mysterious persona, and often wears eccentric masks. How do these views influence an ordinary boy towards an extraordinary business—A restaurant serving human meat? And yet this book is not about business. But …

Serving You
By Suraj Goswami

Flamboyant Raj thinks he has the perfect Onsite voyage to the east of Europe; meeting his office pals and having a blast. But the rapid turn of events catches him so much on the wrong foot that he can barely …

Life Offline
By Preetam Oswal

“Preetam Oswal, writer of famous novel To Replace God is back with its sequel!” The love of a mother to save her child lands her into the golden mountains to complete the prophecy. The previous life enemy Veer was not …

LIFE had other plan
By Suresh Kenkare

In   today’s   complex   global   business   scenario,   the   Charismatic   Leader   is   the organization’s  transformation  specialist.  His  holistic  quest  raises  the  organization above  internal  and  external  complexities  to turn  in high  quality …

The Charismatic Leader
By Kandathil Sebastian

“Some powerful men—including performers of black magic, underworld gangsters, sleuths, extremist zealots, and sellers of spirituality—chased a powerless, low caste man from a Kerala village through Mumbai, Karachi and Delhi till he finally escaped into the mountain ranges of Himalayas. …

Wisdom of the White Mountain
By Abhishek Jha

Sweating in the blazing sun, under the watch of the Goddess, a lowly Dhak player will fight for his dignity until the bitter end. A patriarch and his rickety car will get their comeuppance when the stakes for success are …

A Symphony of Lives
By Raghunath Jaiswal

A girl, simple and innocent … enjoying her school days… He came and she got close to him. She liked him, but he wanted to be only a friend. She got into depression…Another one came into her life; they got …

Breakup ? It’s not an end…

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