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Book Review

INSOMNIA AND OTHER STORIES - by Aamer Hussein

In Insomnia and Other Stories, Aamer Hussein charts the geographies of leave-taking & home-coming, the yearnings of adolescence, consolation and rivalries of friend-ship, & maturity’s tentative acceptance of longing.

 

A GAME OF CHESS, Classic Assamese Stories - Edited by Dhirendra Nath Bezboruah

A TIMELESS COLLECTION OF FIFTEEN POWERFUL STORIES FROM ASSAM.

CHICKEN SOUP FOR THE SOUL, DIVORCE AND RECOVERY - by Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen,Patty Hansen

101 Stories about Surviving and Thriving after Divorce

THE COLLAPSE OF GLOBALISM - by John Ralston Saul

In the midst of a worldwide social and economic crisis, John Ralston Saul revisits the role of globalism.

WHAT WOULD YOU DO TO SAVE THE WORLD? - by Ira Trivedi

Riya has always had a secret ambition – winning the coveted Miss Indian Beauty crown.

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Chai.Coffee.Company - C3

Ivy Woods

Hyderabad Arts Festival

KPMA Business Publications

AP - Facts

Andhra Pradesh (India) is the largest producer of rice in the country. It also accounts for about 55% of the country's production of castor, and about 94% of Virginia tobacco

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