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Book Review - The Difference: When Good Enough Isnt Enough

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About The AuthorSubir Chowdhury is chairman and CEO of ASI Consulting Group, LLC, a global leader on strategic initiatives, quality consulting, and training… His client list includes global Fortune 100 corporations and industrial leaders such as American Axle, Berger Health Systems, Bosch, Caterpillar, Daewoo, Delphi, Fiat-Chrysler, Ford, General Motors, Hyundai Motor Company, ITT Industries, Xerox, and more.
Subir is recognized as one of the “50 Most Influential Management Thinkers in the World” by Thinkers 50 of London, UK. Hailed by the New York Times as a “leading quality expert” and by BusinessWeek as “The Quality Prophet,” Subir is the author of fifteen books
N. R. Narayan Murthy says “Thoughtfully written, and a compelling read” about this book – in what can only be the understatement of the century! When a book both triggers off a series of thoughts in your mind and contrives to identify your weak points, all the while tugging at your core values without overtly saying them, …

Book Review - An Era Of Darkness {An Analytical Examination}

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BOOK REVIEW : AN ERA OF DARKNESS THE BRITISH EMPIRE IN INDIA

War Memorial, Southern Command - Indian Army

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WAR MEMORIAL – INDIAN ARMY SOUTHERN COMMAND, PUNE

This is, to me, as well as to any number of other Indians, a pilgrimage site; a visit to a War Memorial of the Indian Army. One of these is located at Pune, Southern Command. I ended up spending 3 hours almost over there, as well as taking home a superb Souvenir from the Souvenir Shop – a lovely Indian Army Coffee Mug, something I shall treasure for a very long time!

Words are superfluous here; please enjoy and feel the enclosed photographs, set in the superbly scenic well maintained greens… just this once, no prose. I have no words in my mind or my heart; it is just too full with emotion even now, two hours later. I cannot describe my feelings as I carefully went through the entire range of the displays, which are both open-air as well as in a Museum. Best of all, these contain original photographs from Armed Forces Missions and Wars… these photpgraphs and the displays speak for themselves… some pictures speak louder than words...


















































Book Review - Is It Maya?

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The best books in the fiction genre are those that are born out of the local fare, the local news and the local trends – for the perfectly simple reason that the readers can easily connect with them. The current book under review may not be among the best, but is easily one of the better ones in Indian Fiction in the English Language. This book, and others such, make me sad – for want of sufficient space on book shelves, and a greater marketshare. For these books derserve far greater share than they get.
THE BOOK