India Lacks Sports Culture not Spirit
I have always been a fan of sports, especially cricket. While sportsmen feel the adrenaline rush of performing within an arena, we as spectators and fans couldn’t relate to the thrill any less. From gully cricket to Olympics, sportsmanship can be witnessed from a very basic, to larger than life level among one and all.… (0 comment)

My Travel list for 2017
2016 saw a boom in the tourism industry. With travel slowly becoming a lifestyle statement, more and more Indians are becoming evolved travellers. From backpacking to luxury travel, travelling has been the top holiday plan for both individuals and families. And why not! India currently ranks 18th in the global travel budget rankings. Keeping up… (0 comment)

Five Habits of a Book Reader
Hello readers! Hope you’re doing great and reading some awesome books! Though the title throws some light about the blog post, I’d be more than happy to tell you the reason for such a post. BBI Facebook is now a five lakh people community and BBI Twitter is about to hit the 5000 mark. So,… (0 comment)

Different books, different stories, different perspectives and different learnings. But one thing is for sure, every book teaches us something special. Following the same line, last month Buy Books India did an amazing campaign that went with the theme ’30 Things Books Taught Us’. And as I read all the reasons it mentioned, I thought… (0 comment)

  #AppleLive was the talk of the town a few days back. We all were excited for the big launch but there were some set of apprehensions too. The launch was big, the social media was abuzz and the Apple fans were excited as always. Well, that was obvious indeed, given the fact that after… (0 comment)

Five Must Watch Movies of Robin Williams
Five Grammys, four Golden Globes, two Screen Actors Guild Awards, two Emmys and an Oscar – that pretty much tells us everything about the actor that Robin Williams was. A career span over five decades made him a household name but how all of us connect with him is through our childhood. He was a teacher in disguise who… (0 comment)

Five Positive Thoughts To Keep You Going
‘Be Positive‘…That’s what we hear all the time but it is easier said than done! To strike negativity, one must embrace positivity. And that’s what I’ve rooted for here. They say that ‘change is the only constant’… As per me, that change should always be progressive. And to attain that progressive change, what we need is the positivity to sustain us. So,… (0 comment)

FIFA Fever On The Go
The world is high on football fever. And why it wouldn’t be! It’s the most anticipated season…it’s the FIFA World Cup season. The whole of West is under the frenzy which is quite contagious. India being a cricket-obsessed country rarely notices anything other than its favorite sport, but football definitely is an exceptional case. While it’s a bit hard to follow each and… (0 comment)

The Accidental Prime Minister by Sanjaya Baru
The Accidental Prime Minister – The Making and Unmaking of Manmohan Singh: Recently released Sanjaya Baru’s book has indeed given us a food for thought. For the ones who don’t know the story, here’s a little synopsis – Sanjaya Baru is an Indian Policy Analyst who was Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s media advisor in UPA-1.… (0 comment)