Former Minister in charge of External Affairs, Kunwar Natwar Singh s autobiography One Life Is Not Enough is an honest, searing account of the veteran s life as a bureaucrat, politician, and cabinet minister. Natwar Singh talks about his experiences in Delhi s political corridors and sets the record straight on several events, including the Volcker controversy. Summary of the Book Natwar Singh joined the Indian Foreign Service and served as a bureaucrat for 31 years. He joined the Congress Party in 1984, and became a Minister of State in the then Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi s council with the portfolios of steel, agriculture, and coal and mines in 1985. In this much-awaited autobiography, the former cabinet minister talks justly about his experiences and services in various ministries. Singh has played a significant role in Indian politics for more than twenty years and has been a part of some of the most epochal events of independent India, including Indo-China talks and the formation of Bangladesh. In 2002, when the Congress party came back to power, Natwar Singh was appointed as the Minister for External Affairs. But his eventful career saw its end with the Volcker Report in the year 2005. His name appearing in the Iraqi food-for-oil scam forced him to resign from the cabinet and eventually from the Congress party. Singh talks about all these events and the ups and downs of the Congress party in One Life Is Not Enough, an account of an insider.
In Mumbai seemingly unconnected people are dying, strangled in a chilling ritual and with strange objects carefully arranged with the corpses. For Santosh Wagh, head of Private India, the Mumbai branch of the world’s finest investigation agency, it’s a race against time to stop the killer striking again. In a city of over thirteen million, hed have his work cut out at the best of times but this case has him battling Mumbai’s biggest ganglord and a godman who isn’t all he seems and then he discovers there may be an even greater danger facing Private India. Hidden in the shadows is someone who could destroy the whole organisation along with thousands of innocent Mumbai citizens.
When Only Love Remains is another love story from Durjoy Datta, this one set in the troubled world of an aspiring young singer and revolving around a young woman who has been obsessed with him for a long time. Avanti is a flight attendant. She has a crush on a young singer who seems to be on his way to stardom. She has been a fan of his since her teens. Devvrat is still a rising star, with a good following in Facebook and his YouTube Channel.
Despite his talent, Devvrat has not yet realised his full potential. He has fallen prey to all the distractions and vices that come with fame. He is a drug addict, suffers from depression and lives a lonely life. He is slowly destroying himself. His secretary and friend Sumit tries to pull him out of the depths into which he has sunk. Then, Devvrat meets Avanti. They are both passionately attracted towards each other. They spend time together and hope their bliss will last forever.
The revised, updated sixth edition of Indian Economy comes at a time when the new government at the Centre is focused on taking all possible measures to revive the economy.Into its sixth edition, this book already a bestseller, is now a must-read for thousands of aspirants appearing in civil services and various other competitive examinations. It has also made its way into the minds of readers who have a passion for economics and are interested in understanding the evolutionary dynamics, status and potential of India’s economy.
How important is sexual bliss in a relationship? Is a marriage only about compromise and sacrifice? What if at the end of the day you are just not happy?
The Deliberate Sinner deals with all these intriguing questions as we embark on a journey with the protagonist, Rihana. Rihana is a happy-go-lucky girl who loves life to the core. However, her marriage to Veer brings about a tremendous change in her and in her life as well.
Veer is rich, handsome and looks like the perfect husband material. in reality, however, he is far away from being one. He doesn’t fulfill either her physical or her emotional needs and emptiness creeps in to Rihana’s life slowly and steadily. It’s her choice now whether to walk out of this unfulfilling marriage or stick to it in order to abide by societal norms. Will she be able to take the decision that is best for her or will Veer change and give her something to think twice about before making up her mind?