Glimpse of the Truth: A book o...

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Kolkata, May 19 (IBNS): Glimpse of the Truth, published by Power Publishers, is a collection of sixteen poems, written by Prasad Agte, which, when strung together, is a story of every man and his relationship with the world around him.

The Transfer Protocol: A scientist's search for truth
Kolkata, May 19 (IBNS): To those who believe Indian publishing industry is a tad slow in the sci-fi genre, The Transfer Protocol by Saket Chattopadhyay from Power Publishers would be welcome news.
Kylas Chunder Dutt: First Indian writer of fiction in English
Kolkata, May 15 (IBNS): Power Publishers recently launched a book named “The Pindari Lover and Other Writings of Kylas Chunder Dutt”, as a tribute to the first Indian writer of fiction and original narrative in English.
Khajuraho Calling: Romance reincarnated
Move over Chetan Bhagat and Durjoy Datta. Women are no less clever in penning romantic tales. If you ask me, women do mushy romance way better than men as the book Khajuraho Calling is sure to prove.
Come back to Leave me… Again explores the many sides of long-di...
Self-publishing is one of the key supports offered by Power Publishers. Some of their self-published titles from April have secured a lot of attention from book lovers. Come back to Leave me.. Again, penned by first-time author Sohil Ashvin Shah, is one such title from April.
Dr Bobby George speaks on healthcare laws in his book 'The Act th...
Kolkata, May 4 (IBNS): How well do you know your the law? Well, before we start taking a little guilt trip of our own, conclusive data has revealed that 9 out of 10 people around us do not know their law and rights very well.
Kilol-Bruges Express: The Fading Nomad
Kilol-Bruges Express: The Fading Nomad from Power Publishers, which hit the online stores a few weeks ago, has somewhat of a picaresque quality about it with an uncanny supernatural twist.
Journalist turned author Amrita Mukherjee releases her second boo...
The warmth and easy candour exuded by author Amrita Mukherjee belie the extreme emotions expressed in her book found out IBNS correspondent Tanushree Sen during her candid interview of the journalist-turned-author. Mukherjee's second book ‘Museum of Memories’, a collection of thirteen short stories, was recently launched in Kolkata.
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