Rudolph E. Tanzi, Deepak Chopra
(Rider, Rs. 599)
This book, which is a result of extensive research, places before readers the immense powers of the brain, and tells us how to put it to good use in our daily lives. Two pioneers in health — Deepak Chopra and Rudolph E. Tanzi, one of the world’s foremost experts on the causes of Alzheimer’s — share a bold new understanding of the brain and how we can use it to achieve physical, mental and spiritual well-being.
They use techniques and skills such as mindfulness, intention and meditation and tell us that we can create new neural pathways in the brain and transform it into our most powerful tool for achieving health, happiness and enlightenment. A fascinating and information-filled read.
Winners Never Cheat: Even In Difficult Times
Jon M. Huntsman
(Pearson, Rs. 299)
As the title suggests, this book is for all those who wish to lead and win. It is a reminder about the reason you have chosen to work, and your thirst to become a leader. In life, we face situations when we are aware of what is right.
But often, we are not able to muster enough courage to act upon it. Here, the author helps you find that courage to act on what you know is right, no matter what obstacle you’re up against. And when you win, that success surely tastes sweeter.
This book is about winning. The right way.
Let Us C
(BPB Publications, Rs. 258)
For all those who want to learn more about the language of C, this is the book. Starting at the beginning with the basics, Kanetkar, who specialises in books related to Computer Sciences, introduces a newbie to the world of C programming, including the particulars of C language, the working of C under Windows and Linux, and its various functions, and applications in the present-day Internet-driven world.
Peppered with plenty of programming examples that demonstrate every aspect of C programming, the lucid style is easy to comprehend by even those who have no background in programming.