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Book Review: Personal poems that evoke a sense of the universal
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Book Review: Personal poems that evoke a sense of the universal

Rochelle Potkar. Ali Four Degrees of Separation Hamish Hamilton / Penguin Books India Pages: 133 Price: Rs 300 Rochelle Potkar's debut volume of poems, titled Four Degrees of Separation, is a fine work of poetry. Split across separate ... Sunday Guardian Live, 3 days ago
Book review: From Aryabhata toVivekananda Yahoo! India, 1 month ago
Shaping a nation's conscience New Delhi Pioneer, 1 month ago

Giving revolutionaries their due

nary History of Interwar India Author- Kama Maclean Publisher- Penguin, Rs499 Through this book, Kama Maclean has written a stirring tale of the courageous men and women who took on the British, and of the influences they diffused across ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago Covert ties of Indian revolutionaries with Congress (Book Review)  India Online.in1 month ago
Times of India

Penguin to publish Disney books in India

New Delhi, Mar 8 (PTI) Disney's iconic Mickey and Friends characters as well as - Aladdin, Peter Pan, Pinocchio, Dumbo and the cast of 'The Jungle Book' will now be published in the country by Penguin Random House which today announced the launch ...
 Press Trust of India1 month ago PTI - DISNEY - Penguin to publish Disney books in India  Namibia Press Agency1 month ago

Call of duty: The war that made a country

India’s War: The Making of Modern South Asia, 1939 to 1945 by Srinath Raghavan Penguin Random House pp: 550, Rs 699. India’s fight against the axis and the days before, and after, the great second war. “We don’t want to fight; but, by Jingo, if we do ...
 Asian Age1 day ago India's World War II  Business Standard India3 days ago
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This publishing juggernaut aims to reinvent how we read

Chiki Sarkar, co-founder of Juggernaut Books. The newest entrant in Indian publishing, Juggernaut Books, which is co-founded by Chiki Sarkar and Durga Raghunath, changes the rules of how books are made and read, writes Srija Naskar. Till now ...
 Sunday Guardian Live3 days ago Juggernaut Means Cheap Books for Mobile Devices  Payment Week4 days ago Juggernaut rolls: Are digital books set to meet data science?  Hindustan Times1 week ago

Go colour a book

With colouring books for adults becoming a rage globally, a few Indian titles test the waters Is it a fad or truly a stress buster as it's pitched to be? There are many who feel the trend of adult colouring books, that's swept the West, is a ...
 The Hindu6 days ago What colour do you want?  The Hindu1 month ago

Not the Oldest Trick in theBook

The grubby secret of Indian publishing is that after all the wine-and-cheese launches have been wrapped up, books don't sell, authors don't get paid. Could a mobile publishing app that went live last week be the change it needs? Juggernaut, the ...
 Yahoo! India6 days ago

The woman who is trying to create a Netflix for books

Chiki Sarkar hates being called a disruptor but that's exactly what she's doing to the opaque, incestuous world of Indian publishing. Along with Durga Raghunath, who brings the digital smarts, Sarkar has co-founded Juggernaut, a digital publishing ...
 Times of India1 week ago

A new app is trying to get India to read more by being the Netflix of books

0 Shares Share Tweet Share What's This? By Sonam JoshiIndia2016-04-22 15:23:52 UTC India has the second-largest and one of the fastest-growing smartphone markets in the world. Yet, few of its 220 million smartphone users are avid book readers. A ...
 Mashable1 week ago India, Pak explore mechanism to share intelligence inputs  South Asia Monitor1 month ago

London Book Fair 2016: Meet the Woman Who Will Revolutionize Indian Publishing

You had a successful career with Penguin Random House in India, why walk away for a start-up? Why does the publishing game need to change in India? Juggernaut will sell printed books, but mobile phones are a big part of your plan. What made you ...
 PublishersWeekly.com2 weeks ago 'Tinder Nook' at Penguin's Spring-Fever 2016 With Star Authors  EventFAQs1 month ago Penguin Spring fever  New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago
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