About The Book : The book could very well have become sentimental. However, Malala does not let it. She focuses not only her life story but also about what she believes in – which is Education for girls and women and how that can change the world.
About The Book : A collection of essays by a former Cabinet Secretary, this book is an examination of how India has survived corruption and the avarice of her rulers to come to a point where there is a slow yet visible change.
About The Book : The book covers topics like the various changes in the system of government, social and community life, educational and administrative reforms, and nature and quality of resources in education.
About The Book : Hobsbawm examines the conditions that created the great cultural flowering of the belle époque and held the seeds of its disintegration, from paternalistic capitalism to globalisation and the arrival of a mass consumer society. Passionate but never sentimental, Hobsbawm ranges freely across his subject: he records the passing of the golden age of the 'free intellectual' and examines the lives of great, forgotten men; he analyses the relation between art and totalitarianism and dissects cultural phenomena as diverse as surrealism, women's emancipation and the American cowboy myth. Written with consummate imagination and skill, Fractured Times is the last book from one of our greatest modern-day thinkers.
About The Book : Robin Sharma’s Family Wisdom has the ability to transform the lives of families all over the globe. In this revelation, he introduces readers to a system that will teach them how to bring out the natural leadership abilities within their children. While doing so, Sharma also shows readers how to maintain a sense of inner peace, joy, and balance during the process.
About The Book : Rahul Dravid was probably one of the last classical Test match batsmen. The lynchpin of Indias Test match side through the 2000s, he combined technical virtuosity with a legendary work ethic and near-yogic powers of concentration, and epitomised an old-school guts-before-glory approach in an age increasingly defined by flashy strokeplay and low attention spans.