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This book is really motivational for the women who are looking to start a new business, writes Lakshita Jayal (above), a student of Class 10 of DAV Public School, Sreshtha Vihar.

Book Review: ‘It will inspire young girls who wish to become entrepreneurs’

Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON NOV 24, 2020 06:25 PM IST
In this book, Lyeba has mentioned 9 interviews of different business women, their challenges and how they overcame their fear.
(PHOTO: AFP)
(PHOTO: AFP)

Discovering books

Mumbai | By Piyush Jha
UPDATED ON NOV 28, 2019 04:04 PM IST
Column- Piyush Jha gives you some tips and tricks to identify your next favourite book
The tale revolves around Indu who has become heir to a flat from her granny which she plans to turns into a library while her fiance, Rajat, who is pursuing his studies in London. Meanwhile, she meets a man who helps her set the library and eventually starts to fall for him.(Amazon)
The tale revolves around Indu who has become heir to a flat from her granny which she plans to turns into a library while her fiance, Rajat, who is pursuing his studies in London. Meanwhile, she meets a man who helps her set the library and eventually starts to fall for him.(Amazon)

Book Review: Going down the memory lane

Hindustan Times, Delhi | By Sanchita Kalra
UPDATED ON JUL 11, 2019 05:26 PM IST
Author Srishti Chaudhary’s Once Upon A Curfew is an engaging,light-hearted read packed with strong characters that keeps the reader hooked to the story.
Jo Nesbo sticks to the blueprint of the original plot and yet by adapting it for a specific milieu, he makes Macbeth his own story.(Getty Images/iStockphoto)
Jo Nesbo sticks to the blueprint of the original plot and yet by adapting it for a specific milieu, he makes Macbeth his own story.(Getty Images/iStockphoto)

Book review: Jo Nesbo’s Macbeth is a good cop gone rogue

Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By Supriya Sharma
UPDATED ON JUN 15, 2018 09:25 AM IST
Norwegian novelist Jo Nesbo spins Shakespeare’s famous tragedy about political ambition into an entertaining thriller.
The book features illustrations (including the one on the cover) by visual artist James Jean.
The book features illustrations (including the one on the cover) by visual artist James Jean.

The Shape of Water book review: If you liked the film, you’ll love the novel

Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By Supriya Sharma
UPDATED ON JUN 02, 2018 11:09 AM IST
The novel The Shape of Water, written by Guillermo Del Toro and Daniel Kraus, expands and enriches the Oscar-winning original story.
The author embarked on a series of misadventures to find God -- or at least some form of enlightenment.(Anjali Kumar/Facebook)
The author embarked on a series of misadventures to find God -- or at least some form of enlightenment.(Anjali Kumar/Facebook)

Stalking God: This new book is about finding a spiritual path in the modern world

Indo Asian News Service | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON APR 01, 2018 03:00 PM IST
Narrated from the open-minded perspective of a spiritual seeker rather than a religious scholar, the book offers an honest account of some of the less-than-mainstream spiritual practices.
Dal Makhani and naan is a north Indian speciality.(Shutterstock)
Dal Makhani and naan is a north Indian speciality.(Shutterstock)

Book review: Pull of Pulses Full of Beans decodes the cultural significance of ‘dal’ in India

Indo Asian News Service | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON MAR 31, 2018 02:28 PM IST
In Pull of Pulses Full of Beans, author Salma Husain delves on the history of lentils, shares recipes of unique preparations made with dal, and shows how it was popular with both commoners and Mughal royalty.
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