Wednesday, July 27, 2005

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If you have read the book, write your review here.

- Abhijit

Tuesday, July 19, 2005

Mediocre But Arrogant - India Launch

The Indian price for the book is Rs 195/-

The India launch starts off with Kolkata. 3rd August 2005
at 6:30pm
at the Oxford Bookstore at 17, Park Street, Kolkata 700 016, India
Contact Ms Maina Bhagat at for an invitation if you are the formal type. Else just walk in and join the launch party.

Will be in XLRI, Jamshedpur on 4th August for a day to visit the campus.

This is followed by the launch in Mumbai
9th August at 5:30 pm at Oxford Bookstore at Apeejay House, Dinshaw Vacha Marg, Mumbai

The launch in New Delhi is on
11th August 2005 at 6:00pm at India International Centre
Address - Annexe: Hall No 3, 40 Max Mueller Marg, New Delhi - 110003, India
Mr Gurcharan Das will release the book

In Bangalore the book is being sold at
Crossword, Vinayaka Book Distributors Gangaram, Strand Bookstall, Shankars The Bookshop etc.

Hope to meet all of you during the launches.

If the book has not reached your favourite bookstore then raise the alert with Mr Gagan Das at or on his cell 098108-07342.

Buy a signed copy of the book
In US the hardcover international edition is available for US$21.95 (plus $3.00 shipping). Send me an email at
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Thursday, July 07, 2005

Pre-order your copy of Mediocre But Arrogant

Here is some early praise for Mediocre But Arrogant

"Took me straight back to my college days!!" — Shobhaa De

“Mediocre But Arrogant is a heady and delightful blend of so many flavours; it is funny, sad, touching, romantic, reflective ... One gets spontaneously seduced into living through Abbey's life — with all its exuberance, paradoxes and pains. M-B-A is not just about life in a B-School; it is about the process of growing up into an adult...” — Dr Madhukar Shukla, Professor (OB & Strategic Management) — XLRI, Jamshedpur

“...a witty and insightful depiction of the two years in a business school student's life. Using Abbey's classnotes as illustrations is a unique idea.” — Tarun Sheth, management guru

"This may be the Indian answer to Peter Robinson's cult book on MBAs Snapshots from Hell" — Gautam Ghosh