Fiction and fantasy make it to the CashKaro co-founder's guilty, reading pleasures list.
The William Penn MD spent nearly five years tracking down 'Fountain Pens of the World' by Andreas Lambrou.
The crime-fiction adventure was published in August by Harper Collins India.
The author had won a Booker for 'The Blind Assassin' in 2000.
Sumit Agarwal says the book helped widen his vision to attain success.
The Fanzart ED said that these books have motivated him, and reduced stress.
'Haircut' has also got a new business meaning, referring now to a "reduction in the value of an asset."
'Flawed: The Rise and Fall of India's Diamond Mogul Nirav Modi' is being published by Hachette.
Blasting former teammate Nico Rosberg’s criticism, Hamilton recommended a book he had read recently.
The famous TV series actually slowed the author down.
Before you start writing a book, first write it in your head, suggests Bond.
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