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Penguin Random House India to use eco-friendly paper for books
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The Emergency Era and Surrender of Judiciary

BOOK REVIEW by Hemaadri Singh Rana The Case That Shook India by Prashant Bhushan; Penguin Random House India Pvt. Ltd.; 2017; pp. 314; ISBN: 9780670090051; Rs 499. Fortytwo years ago, a High Court judgement brought the entire country to a (...) - 2018 ... Mainstream, 1 month ago

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PM Narendra Modi`s `Exam Warriors` that aims to help students beat exam stress to be launched today

PM Modi's book 'Exam Warriors' has been published by noted publishers Penguin India and it runs into 208 pages. New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi's book 'Exam Warriors', which he had penned to reach out to the students across the country ahead of their ...
 Zee News2 months ago Modi highlights 'importance of stress-free examinations' in new book  Mathrubhumi2 months ago PM Modi's 'Exam Warriors' launched  Sify2 months ago PM Modi’s book tells students not to be afraid of exams  Mathrubhumi2 months ago

Jazz Age Bombay and murder most foul in purdah (Book Review)

India; Pages: 440; Price: Rs 399 India is modernising in the 1920s, but at its own pace. Even in Bombay, which, as one of the British Empire's greatest ports, is open to outside influences, change is slow. Some professions are still not fully open to women, ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago

Of love and appreciation: A contemplative memoir of family affairs

Book: Fathers; Author: Sam Miller; Publisher: Penguin Random House UK; Price: Rs 699; Pages: 250This recent memoir by former BBC journalist and author Sam Miller comes across as a pleasant offering to the rather overburdened nonfiction bookshelf of our times.
 Prokerala1 month ago

Fatima Bhutto to come out with new novel in October

Pakistani author Fatima Bhutto will come out with her new book in October that deals with burning questions about modern Muslim identity in a world aflame with violence."The Runaways" has been billed by publisher Penguin Random House India as an explosive new ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

#BawseLadies in pantsuit: An ode to game changing power dressing by Priyanka Chopra, Deepika Padukone, Sonam Kapoor, Kangana Ranaut, Alia Bhatt!

Who run the world? GIRLS! Queen B simplified it for the rest of the world with the iconic song! Fashion’s rebound with the 90's witnessed the sassy pantsuits making a comeback. Power dressing that’s synonymous with the now ubiquitous pantsuit has got a ...
 Bollywood Hungama2 weeks ago
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MBA to minimum wage earner: Deepak Singh's amazing journey

When Deepak Singh started working as a salesman in the US, he was ashamed of the fall in status this signalled, says Vikram Johri. IMAGE: Deepak Singh narrates his experiences with a steadfast focus on what he learnt from them in his book, How May I Help You? Photograph: Kind courtesy Deepak Singh/Twitter Deepak Singh grew up in Lucknow where he did an MBA and ultimately found a job with the BBC's radio service in the city. In the early 2000s, he met Holly, an American anthropology student ...
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Pulp Friction

LIKE A DELAYED Christmas present, a boxful of thrillers arrived at my doorstep recently. I found to my delight that half the titles came from Harper Black, the loud and lurid imprint at the otherwise stodgily respectable publishing house HarperCollins, which ...
 Open Magazine4 weeks ago
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The day Soha Ali Khan discovered she was PREGNANT!

'As I waited in the bathroom for the pink line or lines to form, I caught my reflection in the mirror and held my own gaze.''My heart was thudding so loudly in my chest I thought it would wake Kunal who was sleeping in the bedroom some feet away.''I brought the stick up into my eyeline and there it was.''Two pink lines -- not faint or shy but bold and unabashed like the legs on a flamingo.' IMAGE: Soha Ali Khan and her sister-in-law Kareena Kapoor pose with their cuties, Inaaya and Taimur.
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Must Read: NaMo's simple advice to exam warriors

'All my life I have lived by a simple mantra -- 'Kuch banne ke nahi, kuch karne ke sapne dekho''Excerpts from the book Exam Warriors by Narendra Modi. IMAGE: Prime Minister Narendra Modi poses for a photo with students.Photograph: Kamal Singh / PTI Photo The book Exam Warriors written by Narendra Modi aims to promote a healthy learning environment for students. Through a bunch of letters with illustrations addressed to India's youth, the Prime Minister talks about the importance of ...
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