Bureaucracy Gets Crazier, M. K. Kaw, Rs. 250.00

This is an intimate, inside look at the state of the Indian Administrative Service, with nothing held back. It lays bare the activities of the modern mandarins behind bolted portals, describing how their crawl up the greasepole of success, manipulating in-laws and outlaws with equal felicity.

Multipliers, Liz Wiseman, Rs. 399.00

In this highly practical book the author explores leadership styles, showing how Multipliers can have a positive and profitable effect on organisations and cultivating new ideas and energy to drive organisational change and innovation.

Eyes Wide Open, Noreena Hertz, Rs. 399.00

In ten clear steps this book empowers readers to become confident, independent and wise decision-makers. It’s time to make decisions with our eyes wide open.

The Words of Gandhi, Richard Attenborough, Rs. 199.00

The words of Mahatma Gandhi are chosen by Richard Attenborough from Gandhi’s letters, speeches, and published writings. They explore his timeless thoughts on daily life, cooperation, nonviolence, faith, and peace.

Zealot, Reza Aslan, Rs. 499.00

Sifting through centuries of mythmaking, the author sheds new light on one of history’s most influential and enigmatic figures by examining Jesus within the context of the times in which he lived. This is a thought-provoking biography with the pulse of a fast-paced novel and a portrait of a man, a time and the birth of a religion.

The New IQ, Tracy Alloway & Ross Alloway, Rs. 399.00

This book is not about what you know but about what you do with what you know. It offers insights into one of the most cognitive breakthroughs of recent years, providing a vital approach to making your brain stronger, smarter, faster.

Self-Deception, Arun Shourie, Rs. 599.00

This work is about India’s China policies; its origins, premises and lessons. What were the premises that led Pandit Nehru to ignore all warnings; suppress all evidence and mislead himself vis-à-vis China? How did Chou En-Lai fool him? Vital questions. This is an unnerving account by one of the leading voices in our public life and discourse.

Mind Reader, Lior Suchard, Rs. 299.00

In this book the author takes us on an incredible journey through the wonders of the human mind, sharing his remarkable personal story while offering invaluable advice.

The Greatest Science, Stories Never Told, Rick Beyer, Rs. 699.00

This book is filler with fascinating facts both famous and forgotten, and Eureka! Moments that changed our world forever. Learn about the scientist who gave 300 monks the shock of their lives; uncover startling stories of the origins behind everything from Teflon and Velcro to the bra and bobby pin.

Killing Us Softly, Dr. Paul Offit, Rs. 350.00

The alternative medicine industry is unregulated and has never proved its claims. The author reveals that there’s no such thing as alternative medicine, only medicine that works and medicine that doesn’t.

(Source: Kochi Books, Fort Kochi. Phone: 2218730 www.kochibooks.com)

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