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The Measure of a Man: A Spiritual Autobiography
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JOHNNY GONE DOWN
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Nikhil Arya has fallen.

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by Amitabha Bagchi
Arindam Chatterjee,a middle-class Delhi boy may have an aptitude for science and maths but he has a yearning to be the drummer of a rock band. Both of which necessitate his admission to the premier engineering college of India, the IIT, where life revolves as much around proving rarefied mathematical truths as it does chasing the elusive high of rock stardom at the IIT Rock Fest ... Bagchi's novel is lyrical, spare, and charmingly self-deprecatory.