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Keshav has set up an investigation agency with his best friend, Saurabh. Can the two amateur detectives successfully solve another murder case that affects them personally? And where will it leave their friendship?
'Ever since you found Prerna, I lost my best friend' is what I told Saurabh.
Hi, this is Keshav, and Saurabh, my best friend, flatmate, colleague and business partner, won't talk to me. Because I made fun of him and his fiancé,
Saurabh and Prerna will be getting married soon. It is an arranged marriage. However, there is more cheesy romance between them than any love-marriage couple.
On Karva Chauth, she fasted for him. She didn't eat all day. In the evening, she called him and waited on the terrace for the moon and for Saurabh to break her fast. Excited, Saurabh ran up the steps of her three-storey house. But when he reached ...
Welcome to One Arranged Murder, an unputdownable thriller from India's highest-selling author. A story about love, friendship, family and crime. It will keep you entertained and hooked right till the end.
Twelve-year-old Siya has been missing for nine months. It's a cold case, but Keshav wants to help his mother, Alia, who refuses to give up.
'My daughter Siya was kidnapped. Nine months ago,' Alia said. The police had given up. They called it a cold case. Even the rest of her family had stopped searching. Alia wouldn't stop looking, though. She wanted to know if I could help her.
Hi, I am Keshav Rajpurohit and I am a disappointment to everyone around me. I live with my parents, who keep telling me how I should:
a) get married,
b) focus on my IPS exams,
c) meet more people and
d) close my detective agency.
But Alia Arora, neighbour and ex-model, wanted my help. And I couldn't take my eyes off her face ... I mean ... her case.
Welcome to 400 Days. A mystery and romance story like no other. An unputdownable tale of suspense, human relationships, love, friendship, the crazy world we live in and, above all, a mother's determination to never give up.
From India's highest-selling author comes a page-turner that will not only keep you glued to the story but also touch you deeply.
I work at Goldman Sachs, an investment bank. Thank you for reading my story. However, let me warn you. You may not like much.
One, I make a lot of money.
Two, I have an opinion on everything.
Three, I have had a boyfriend before. OK, maybe two.
Now if I were a guy, you’d be cool with it. Since I am a girl, these things don’t make me likeable, do they?
From the author of blockbuster novels Five Point Someone, One Night @ the Call Center, The 3 Mistakes of My Life, 2 States, and Revolution 2020 and Half Girlfriend comes a crazy story from the point of view of a girl about love, dreams, career and feminism in modern India.
Hi, I'm Keshav, and my life is screwed. I hate my job and my girlfriend left me. Ah, the beautiful Zara. Zara is from Kashmir. She is a Muslim. And did I tell you my family is a bit, well, traditional? Anyway, leave that.
Zara and I broke up four years ago. She moved on in life. I didn't. I drank every night to forget her. I called, messaged, and stalked her on social media. She just ignored me.
However, that night, on the eve of her birthday, Zara messaged me. She called me over, like old times, to her hostel room 105. I shouldn't have gone, but I did ... and my life changed forever.
This is not a love story. It is an un-love story.
From the author of Five Point Someone and 2 States, comes a fast-paced, funny and unputdownable thriller about obsessive love and finding purpose in life against the backdrop of contemporary India.
Once upon a time, in small-town India, there lived two intelligent boys.
One wanted to use his intelligence to make money.
One wanted to use his intelligence to create a revolution.
The problem was, they both loved the same girl.
Welcome to Revolution 2020. A story about childhood friends Gopal, Raghav and Aarti who struggle to find success and love in Varanasi. However, it isn’t easy to achieve this in an unfair society that rewards the corrupt. As Gopal gives in to the system, and Raghav fights it, who will win?
From the bestselling author of Five Point Someone, one night @ the call center, The Three Mistakes of My Life and 2 States, comes another gripping tale from the heartland of India. Are you ready for the revolution?
Does it make any difference to the ordinary citizen which party is in power? Whether it's a majority or a coalition? What can we do to better job prospects for India's youth? How can we create a more equal society? How do we create more world-class educational institutes? What can we do about social media warriors and trolls? In India Positive, bestselling author and columnist Chetan Bhagat brings together essays that work as a manifesto for change. Examining a gamut of subjects-from education to employment, from GST to infrastructure, from corruption to casteism-Bhagat reflects on what we can do right in order to move forward and become a truly modern, progressive country. He expresses in these pages his belief that, if we want to see reform, we-as citizens-need to be the solution. If our country is to shine, Bhagat says, we need to stand up and be 'India Positive Citizens'. In a world ridden with negativity, these simply written, perceptive and solution-driven essays are a must-read for anyone invested in the present and future of India.
"Des que vas trobar Prerna, vaig perdre el meu millor amic" és el que li vaig dir a Saurabh.
Hola, aquest és Keshav i Saurabh, el meu millor amic, company de pis, col·lega i soci de negocis, no em parlarà. Perquè em vaig burlar d'ell i de la seva promesa.
Saurabh i Prerna es casaran aviat. És un matrimoni concertat. Tanmateix, hi ha més romanç cursi entre ells que qualsevol parella d'amor-matrimoni.
A Karva Chauth, va dejunar per ell. No va menjar en tot el dia. Al vespre, el va trucar i va esperar a la terrassa la lluna i que Saurabh el dejunés. Emocionada, Saurabh va pujar corrents les escales de la seva casa de tres pisos. Però quan va arribar...
Benvingut a One Arranged Murder, un thriller indiscutible de l'autor més venut de l'Índia. Una història sobre l'amor, l'amistat, la família i el crim, et mantindrà entretingut i enganxat fins al final.
- Why do our students regularly commit suicide?
- Why is there so much corruption in India?
- Cant our political parties ever work together?
- Does our vote make any difference at all?
- We love our India, but shouldnt some things be different?
All of us have asked these questions at some time or the other. So does Chetan Bhagat, Indias most loved writer, in What Young India Wants, his first book of non-fiction.
What Young India Wants is based on Chetan Bhagats vast experience as a very successful writer and motivational speaker. In clear, simple prose, and with great insight, he analyses some of the complex issues facing modern India, offers solutions and invites discussion on them. And, at the end, he asks this important question: Unless we are all in agreement on what it is going to take to make our country better, how will things ever change?
If you want to understand contemporary India, the problems that face it, and want to be a part of the solution, What Young India Wants is the book for you.
In late-2000, a young boy in Ahmedabad called Govind dreamt of having a business. To accomodate his friends Ish and Omi’s passion, they open a cricket shop. Govind wants to make money and thinks big. Ish is all about nurturing Ali, the batsman with a rare gift. Omi knows his limited capabiltiies and just wants to be with his friends. However, nothing comes easy in a turbulent city. To realize their goals, they will have to face it all – religious politics, earthquakes, riots, unacceptable love and above all, their own mistakes. Will they make it? Can an individual’s dreams overcome the nightmares offered by real life? Can we succeed despite a few mistakes?
Based on real events, from the bestselling author of “Five Point Someone” and “One Night @ the call centre”, comes another dark, witty tale about modern India.
Love your country?
Want to make it truly great?
Tired of loud debates and complex arguments which lead to no solutions?
Welcome to MAKING INDIA AWESOME.
Following the phenomenal success of his first non-fiction book, What Young India Wants, Chetan Bhagat, the country’s biggest-selling writer, returns with another book of essays in which he analyses and provides inspired solutions to the country’s most intractable problems—poverty, unemployment, corruption, violence against women, communal violence, religious fundamentalism, illiteracy and more. Using simple language and concepts, this book will enable you to understand the most complex of problems facing the nation today and give practical solutions on how you can do your part to solve them.
Riya wanted just friendship. Madhav didn’t. Riya suggested a compromise.
She agreed to be his half-girlfriend.
Welcome to Half-Girlfriend, a rural-urban love story like none other. Because to make love exist between classes, many battles need to be won.
From the author of blockbuster novels Five Point Someone, One Night @ the Call Center, The 3 Mistakes of My Life, 2 States and Revolution 2020 comes a beautiful, simple love story that will inspire you and touch your heart.
Five Point Someone is a story about three friends in IIT who are unable to cope.
The book starts with a disclaimer, “This is not a book to teach you how to get into IIT or even how to live in college. In fact, it describes how screwed up things can get if you don’t think straight.”
Three hostelmates – Alok, Hari and Ryan get off to a bad start in IIT – they screw up the first class quiz. And while they try to make amends, things only get worse. It takes them a while to realize: If you try and screw with the IIT system, it comes back to double screw you. Before they know it, they are at the lowest echelons of IIT society. They have a five-point-something GPA out of ten, ranking near the end of their class. This GPA is a tattoo that will remain with them, and come in the way of anything else that matters – their friendship, their future, their love life. While the world expects IITians to conquer the world, these guys are struggling to survive.
Will they make it? Do under performers have a right to live? Can they show that they are not just a five-point-somebody but a five-point-someone?