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‘What The Pandemic Learned From Me’ is all set to stand-out amidst the flood of its competitors. As promised, the subtitle ‘a hilarious antidote to the pain that Corona dealt us’ completely justifies itself.
After much speculation and protests to ban, the second season of “The Family Man” hit the screens a day before its scheduled date. The Manoj Bajpayee starring series took the spy-action series into a different realm and corner of the country where the main action takes place.
Pankaj Lochan, in his collection of short stories, “Sigma: as life sums it all..” brings many instances and stories that revolve around one thought, which is to show Karma works in a world that is far away from thinking about it.
Chaitali Bangre is an Author of “Way to fall in love and dreams” and “Itni si baat”. She began writing her debut novel after her younger sister tore her write-up. When she’s not writing, she can be found wandering, chilling and doing some little work at her office. She lives in Nagpur with her family and an attack dog. Before she started writing her fictional romance, she got an engineer’s degree. After that, just to shake things up, she did her MBA. Then she had worked with some really important people who are way too dignified to be named here. So, if you feel like gossiping someday, you can surely visit her on her social media account.
Shaheen Kazi is an Indian author originally from Mumbai and has lived in the Gulf (Saudi Arabia) for more than a decade and a half. After getting acquainted with IATA, she concentrates on her passion for writing.