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Restless Days Sleepless Nights review ä 103 ✓ RESTLESS DAYS SLEEPLESS NIGHTS is the story of a woman in the early 1970’s who sets out to pursue a career in a public sector bank an all male bastionA must read for every working woman and all the perceptive men who have female colleagues in the work placeRESTLESS DAYS SLEEPLESS NIGHTS is the story of a woman in the early 1970’s who sets. The most important factor about the book is that it has been written in a manner that comprehension is never a problem The simple lucid style of the author and the inherent honesty in expressing herself filled with exciting anecdotes from her thirty eight year long stint with a public sector bank make the book eminently interesting Each of the thirty chapters stands on its own Woven together they give you a glimpse of the author’s story as well as an insight into her steely determination to establish herself as an individual in her own right amidst what she feels was a male bastion This aspect of her personality can be traced back to her parents who rejoiced at the birth of a girl child and euipped her with necessary strength to withstand the demands of the time Please read full review at

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Y working woman and all the perceptive men who have female colleagues in the work plac. A humorous tale of a woman's travails at work A very honest straight from the heart narrative Captures well a time in India when the first generation of women came into the workplace as euals Makes uick and compelling read

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Restless Days Sleepless NightsOut to pursue a career in a public sector bank an all male bastionA must read for ever. What a sweet book I started reading this book on a sleepless night and couldn't put it down until I finished it The book has a motherly tone to it which makes it such an enjoyable read Despite having an easy to read the language there is no scarcity of emotions This book reminds me of books from Sudha Murthy but Ranjana gave an account from a different perspective The book is also an example of how far our country has grown since then and there are much acceptance and utmost respect for working women in societyIt's a must read for every young girl #loved it