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Ananth Padmanabhan Named CEO of HarperCollins India
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Ananth Padmanabhan named CEO of HarperCollins India

Publishers HarperCollins Indiatoday named Ananth Padmanabhan from Penguin Random House asits CEO. Padmanabhan, 40, will have overall responsibility for alldivisions of the business and will report to Charlie Redmayne,CEO of HarperCollins Sify, 1 week ago

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Yashodhara Lal's novel marks Harper-Harlequin India's debut

of India | New Delhi July 23, 2015 Last Updated at 15:28 IST HarperCollins India and Harlequin India have come out with their debut title in the romantic fiction imprint with the publication of author Yashodhara Lal's third novel. "There's Something About ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Modi's Leap Of Vision: Is India Ready For A Larger Role? Analysis  Eurasia Review2 weeks ago Is India ready for a larger role?  Asian Lite2 weeks ago PM Modi's leap of vision: Is India ready for a larger role?  India TV2 weeks ago
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Getting The Snaps Right

MODIS WORLD: EXPANDING INDIAS SPHERE OF INFLUENCE BY C. RAJA MOHAN HARPERCOLLINS | PAGES: 229 | RS. 499 The cover of this book has a dapper Modi gesticulating ass­ertively, as if putting on the world's canvas the first strokes of India's new ...
 Outlook India1 month ago

Tete-a-tete with Gulzar on life and his ‘pint-sized’ poems

Gulzar Pluto Poems. By Gulzaar, translated by Nirupama Dutt HarperCollins India, pp. 216, Rs 299 Gulzar dedicates his latest tome of poems to Pluto, the smallest, farthest and coldest entity... orbiting the Sun Some things remain immutably untouched. They ...
 Asian Age2 months ago

Calling a Sri Lankan spade a spade

Title: Sri Lanka: The New Country; Author: Padma Rao Sundarji; Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers India; Pages: 322; Price: Rs.499.This is a book of courage. Padma Rao Sundarji, a versatile New Delhi-based journalist who covered the Sri Lanka conflict over ...
 Prokerala2 months ago Calling a Sri Lankan spade a spade (Book Review)  Business Standard2 months ago

Ecco Signs Indian Cookbook from D.C. Eatery, Rasika

HarperCollins's Dan Halpern and Gabriella Doob worked with literary agent Joy Tutela of David Black Literary Agency secured rights to the book. The title will go on sale in fall 2016, with 100 recipes showcasing the cuisine of the famed Rasika ...
 PublishersWeekly.com1 month ago

A president and a yogi

APJ Abdul Kalam— farzana INDIA has announced a seven-day mourning for its former president APJ Abdul Kalam. As TV channels paid rich tributes to the People's President, they all but blacked out news of a militant attack in ...
 New Age Bangladesh1 month ago APJ Abdul Kalam How I became President of India  Kashmir Observer1 month ago Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam: Humility as a mark of Knowledge  Speaking Tree1 month ago

The online space in India seems to be overheated: Raju Narisetti

News Corp., the media and publishing firm owned by Rupert Murdoch , is betting big on India's digital landscape. In May, the company acquired media and publishing firm VCCircle Network and financial advisory firm BigDecisions , and invested over $30 ...
 Livemint.com2 weeks ago

Animated Koramangala hops on to graphic novel express

Even when way less number of graphic books are being published in India as compared to the West, why it's the best time to write a graphic novel in India, writes Medha Gupta. They say a picture is worth a thousand words. By that proportion, ...
 Economic Times1 month ago

How India is a nation of cheats

Rajiv Malhotra’s plagiarism may not be as horrifying as impersonating an exam candidate in Indore -- but they’re both forms of cheating One of those uniquely Indian English terms, specific only to Indian police stations, is “history sheeter”, used for chronic criminals who keep getting thrown into jail. Its usage is so widespread that it’s now in the Oxford English Dictionary. After the monumental scale, duration and penetration of the Vyapam scandal the new phrase ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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