Dr. Roopleen has successfully explored the life stories of the doctors in an engaging manner and has asked all the right questions to unearth their secrets.
Women struggling to adjust to life in a foreign country amid growing fear of violence--domestic and political
Charlatans is based on a fascinating premise about fake doctors who use the wealth of information available on the Internet to convincingly (and frighteningly!) pass off as professionals.
This book reads like the script of a popular Hindi movie. Convenient plot twists, some forced patriotism, some commentary on religion and politics, a silly romance, an even sillier breakup, a death, a murder...there's just too much crammed into 453 pages. The first few chapters do have some beautiful insights about life, though!
Minute, cynical observations of people and their ways