The Perfect Suicide by Jalaj Shrivastava

Author Jalaj Shrivastava takes you on an enthralling ride with his maiden novel, The Perfect Suicide. Shrivastava, a former IAS and IPS officer perfectly uses his real life incidents and experiences to craft this thriller. The storyline: On…

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Black Magik: Moving towards a “taboo-free”society

You do not need an occasion to begin a revolution rather, you need a reason for the same says Niraj Jawanjal, (founder India Intimate Fashion Week) and the moving force behind their latest “ India Inner Confidence Day ” concept. Close on th…

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Book Review:- Somewhere to go

Life is what happens to us while we are busy making other plans. Somewhere to go is a novel that revolves around this ideology. Love life and career are the prime things that shape up your youth. Success and failure are a part and parcel of…

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The Super Singh of Bollywood

Diljit Dosanjh has been making waves in Bollywood ever since he has stepped in. Hailing from Dosanjh Kalan, Jalandhar, Punjab, Diljit has surely come a long way. Diljit’s fame was once restricted to the state of Punjab and no one really kne…

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Book review on HUES by Maya V.M

‘Hues’ as the name suggests is a book with different shades of life. A little package of childhood memories, some first experiences and some lost moments in the crowd, sewed together into a form of simple poetry gives the readers immense ha…

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Get rid of skin problems with Banjara’s Aloe Vera Gel

Aloe Vera or ghritakumari, has been used since ancient times and is one of the best herbal cures for various problems. The plant is widely distributed throughout the world and is widely grown as an ornamental plant. There are over 200 speci…

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