Celebrating the National Reading Year 2015

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by chortenn

The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari, a best seller by Robin S. Sharma, is one of my favourite books. It

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by Sonam Tshoki

The book as opposed to its crude title, essentially talks about learning to focus and prioritize your thoughts effectively; how

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by Twangpem

Title: FISH! (A Proven Way to Boost Morale and Improve Results) Author: Stephen C. Lunding, Ph.D., Harry Paul and John

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by Tshering Lhamo

Dr. Yuval Noah Harari’s (an Israeli historian) Sapiens is one of the most incise and thorough account of evolution of

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by Wangmo

LEADERS EAT LAST – Why Some Team Pull Together and Others Don’t This interesting book has a number of thought

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by throwa

The book is a bestselling motivational business fable on managing change in our daily lives. The book is about four

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by Jambay Lhamo

Andrew Duff’s book on Sikkim: Requiem for a Himalayan Kingdom is an enthralling book on how a Kingdom of Sikkim

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by Tshering

Gender based violence is a global phenomenon prevalent in all societies, the degree and form of violence may vary depending

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by Ugyen Lhendup

Introduction and Summary: The Plundered Planet by Paul Collier focuses to the bottom billions (people) of the poorest countries to

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by Karma Choden

Year of publishing: 2017 Genre: Fiction Beautifully titled ‘Switched Off’ literally meaning the light that got switched off, the phone

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