"The White Tiger is selling good in the market as it expectedly should". Siddharthya Roy reviews Arvind Adiga's "The White Tiger".
Ghajini is a violent tale of individual retribution and revenge, in essence no different from hundreds of other such films, from Hollywood to Bombay to Madras to Hyderabad to Lahore, about a super-strong hero destroying, single-handed, an evil villain. Ghajini is an assault on the audiences’ intelligence. Actually, many parts are just an assault – loud, jarring, over the top. The movie is just plain dumb. The film could have been, but is not, the nightmare that could have haunted the head honchos of Enron and Satyam, and indeed countless others, as they face meltdown, liquidation, bankruptcy and pauperization.says Sudhanva Deshpande.
A review of Daniel Lak's "India Express: the future of a new superpower" by Aniket Alam of Pragoti Editorial Team.
Carlos J. Castro's review of Michael Perelman's book Railroading Economics: The Creation of the Free Market Mythology
A review of David S Roediger's "How Race Survived US History"