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Book Review: Stay Hungy Stay Foolish

Stay Hungry Stay Foolish is published by CIIE at IIM Ahmedabad and written by Rashmi Bansal – an IIMA alumnus herself. In this book author profiles 25 successful entrepreneurs graduated from IIM – Ahmedabad. This is a really good read for people involved in start-ups or who want to start on their own. Learn from [...]

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Book Review: The White Tiger

The White Tiger by Aravind Adiga is Man Booker Prize 2008 winner. This book is published in 2008 and is the first novel written by this 33 year old author from Chennai, India. Protagonist of the novel Balram Halwai alias The White Tiger tells his story to the Premier of China over a series of [...]

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Book review: Go Kiss the World

Go Kiss The World: Life Lessons For The Young Professional by Subroto Bagchi is an inspiring account of his journey from a clerk to the founder of MindTree, one of the leading software services and consulting companies in India. Subroto Bagchi was born in Patnagarh, Orissa on May 1957. He is an entrepreneur and a [...]

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Book Review: It Happened In India

It Happened in India: The Story of Pantaloons, Big Bazar, Central and the Great Indian Consumer is the autobiography of Kishore Biyani, written with the help of Dipyaman Baishya. Kishore Biyani is highly regarded as the retail king of India. He is known as Kishoreji or KB among his employees, friends and family. The book [...]

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Book Review – Giving: How Each of Us Can Change the World

Bill Clinton’s new book Giving: How Each of Us Can Change the World is an inspiring book which chronicles extraordinary and innovative efforts of a number of individuals and organizations working towards a single goal – building a better world. Few people and organizations covered in the book are already world famous and few of [...]

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