England, My Love
Lord Bill Lall
Sterling Publishers Pvt. Ltd.
Lord Bill Lall in his 3rd book “England, My Love” talks about when he has came to live in England, nearly 60 years ago. The Book explains about how he fell in love with England and has also described why he came to live in England and then explored the conflicting and amusing English characteristics of Politeness, Prejudice and Reserve. Bill casts his critical eye over English family life, homes and the complexities of the English education system, before looking at the English at work, their passion for sport and how they spend their holidays. Finally, Bill addresses the legendary English weather – and discovers that it is not all fog and rain. He has written this book in his unusual, inspirational style, which is so much evident in his previous books, to explain why England has been so crucial to his success.
Dr. Ashish Jaiswal
Fluid – the approach applied by geniuses over centuries is an upcoming book by Dr Ashish Jaiswal, who is also an Associate Fellow at Oxford Centre for Higher Education Policy Studies (OXCHEPS). Fluid, a result of 3 years of research introduces the theory of ‘fluid thinking’ by drawing a pattern from the approaches applied by great minds across fields and presents a methodology which can take us on the path of world-class innovations, ground-breaking solutions, innovative ideas and billion-dollar start-ups.
It shatters the myth of narrow specialization and stimulates a fundamental shift in the approach people usually take to become experts. Fluid highlights the importance of failure, remaining uncertain and not committing to a fixed discipline by drawing from the lives of geniuses such as Leonardo Da Vinci, C.V. Raman, H.G. Wells, Steve Jobs, Charles Darwin, Amartya Sen and others.
Fantastic Beasts: The Original Screen Play
J K Rowling
When Magi-zoologist Newt Scamander arrives in New York, he plans his stay to be just a brief halt. But, when his magical case is misplaced and some of Newt’s fantastic beasts escape, it spells trouble for everyone. Written in this setting, however, this book is J.K. Rowling’s screenwriting debut, encapsulated in exciting paperback edition of the Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them screenplay. Whether a prevailing fan or new to the wizarding world, this is a perfect addition for any film lover or reader’s bookshelf.
The Jobs Crisis in India
Pan Macmillan India
Out-dated labour laws intended to protect employees from manipulative employers are not useful at a time when capital is cheaper than ever. The world of enduring and expectable careers and occupations is dwindling. The individuals who will profit in this scenario are those who are willing to constantly up-skill, relearn, and relocate to develop their job and income prospects. Raghavan Jagannathan in his work expansively and expertly describes the various micro and macro influences that impact the overall job scenario in India, which includes the rise of the ‘gig’ economy, the use of robots, new technologies and AI.