The Wit & Wisdom of Ratan Tata BY Ratan Tata

In times of adversity, you have two choices—you can either steal yourself away from the situation or steel yourself up towards it. For Ratan Tata, the choice was made early on. To be given the reigns to India’s largest business conglomerate can be extremely daunting. But Ratan Tata’s takeover as...

The Wit and Wisdom of Narayana Murthy BY N. R. Narayana Murthy

Every now and then, the world builds a man of such extraordinary wit and grit that it is impossible to not sit up and take notice. N. R. Narayana Murthy is one such humble soul. An entrepreneur, a leader, a philanthropist, a family man—he is the true essence and living...

His Holiness the Dalai Lama on Life, Living and Happiness BY Dalai Lama, Rajiv Mehrotra

‘Compassion and warm-heartedness are what we can call universal religion, whether we believe in reincarnation or not, whether we believe in God or not. For Buddhists, it does not matter whether we believe in the Buddha or not. It is most important to be a good human being. Sooner or...

The School Called Marriage: How to Graduate with Flying Colours BY Arpita Lal, Ramesh Bijlani

Call this book an encyclopedia of marriage, if you will. This comprehensive work sensitively looks at the problems that can arise in marriages from every angle possible and then tries to provide feasible answers. At the beginning of married life, the romantic thrills it brings are always overestimated, the responsibilities underestimated,...

Battle Hymn of a Bewildered Mother BY Shunali Khullar Shroff

As it is with life, parenting in the new millennium does not come with an instruction manual. If you happen to be a girl about town, a super successful career woman, or someone who simply wants to live life each day as it comes, impending motherhood can seem as intimidating and foolhardy...