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Penguin ties up with shelter homes, libraries, prisons to

Penguin Random House India has partnered with community libraries, shelter homes, informal schools, independent bookshops and also prisons to encourage reading habits and storytelling.By partnering with these spaces, the publishing house hopes to expand the ... Business Standard, 1 week ago
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World War I's forgotten violent aftermath and toxic legacy (Book Review)

Title: The Vanquished - Why the First World War Failed to End, 1917-1923; Author: Robert Gerwarth; Publisher: Penguin Random House UK; Pages: 416; Price: Rs 699 Not all wars end when the fighting does is a lesson that we still have to learn. The First World ...
 Business Standard1 day ago The cold, brutal world of Cold War espionage and its hard legacy (Book Review)  Business Standard2 months ago
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Books: Highlights of 2018

NON-FICTION WHY I AM A HINDU By Shashi Tharoor (Aleph) It starts with an examination of the author’s belief in Hinduism. He discusses those who made major contributions to the essence of the religion. He explains, in accessible language, important aspects ...
 Open Magazine2 days ago

Love -- lost and found (Book Review)

Title: Men Without Women; Author: Haruki Murakami; Publisher: Harvill Secker - Penguin Random House; Pages: 228; Price: Rs 799 What is it about Haruki Murakami books that makes you keep coming back to them? It's not comfort, because Murakami relies heavily on ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Love -- lost and found  Prokerala1 month ago War, love and redemption on the Russian steppe (Book Review)  Business Standard1 month ago Another kind of role: Tom Hanks' tales of common and uncommon lives (Book Review)  Business Standard2 months ago
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Penguin Fever: Early spring for book lovers

Winter is late this year in Delhi, but spring seems to have come early, at least for book lovers, with a special edition of the annual Penguin Spring Fever to mark the 30th anniversary of the publishing company in the country. The six-day event which began ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Gandhi Jayanti: Books to highlight the Mahatma's legacy

On the occasion of Mahatma Gandhi's birth anniversary, publishers have come up with a number of books on his overview, his person, philosophy, and practices as well as a critical edition of his autobiography.Penguin Random House India will publish the ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

Valuable insights into New Delhi's East Asian engagements

Title: India Turns East - International Engagement and US-China Rivalry; Author: Frederic Grare; Publisher: Penguin/Viking; Pages: 265; Price: Rs 599As Prime Minister Narendra Modi heads to the Philippines to attend the Asean and East Asia Summits, a new book ...
 Prokerala1 month ago

Sharmila Tagore thinking about penning her autobiography

Veteran Bollywood star Sharmila Tagore said she might come out with her autobiography someday.The actor said her daughter Soha Ali Khan has already left her behind in this by coming out with a book.When asked about a book on her life, Tagore said, "I think ...
 Business Standard4 days ago

India has survived as a single political entity because of democracy

(Noted public intellectual, professor of Economics and an active member of the British Labour Party since 1971, Meghnad Desais latest book "The Raisina Model" (Penguin/Rs 499/208 pages) offers a critical and frequently uncomfortable mediation on Indias ...
 Prokerala5 days ago
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Breakfast with Mugabe: a play, a friend and a tragedy in two acts

More than a decade ago I wrote a play called Breakfast with Mugabe which was directed by Antony Sher and produced by The Royal Shakespeare Company in 2005. The play suggests why the former Zimbabwean leader spiralled into paranoia – and then remarkably ...
 catchnews.com2 weeks ago
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