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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 month ago
Penguin Readathon and Book Gifting E Pao!, 2 months ago
Penguin's on-the-wheels initiative in new avatar Business Standard, 2 months ago

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The Priyanka Chopra speech that caused India's latest outrage

The star was chosen to deliver the Penguin Annual Lecture. Priyanka Chopra delivered an address on the theme 'Breaking The Glass Ceiling: Chasing a Dream' at the Penguin Annual Lecture in New Delhi.Photograph: PTI Photo.   Priyanka Chopra may have had a dream run all the way from Bareilly to American showbiz via Bollywood, but says she is 'greedy' and doesn't want anyone telling her she can't have it all. The 35-year-old actor was invited by Penguin Random House to deliver an address ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks 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 ...
 Prokerala2 months ago
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Books You Must Read

Sunil Sethi recommends these books published last year. Photograph: Abhi Sharma/Flickr What do diplomats do when they retire? They tend to spend their days venting opinion on television or boring one another at think tanks. T C A Raghavan, former envoy to Islamabad, is the honourable exception. Last year he produced, possibly by fortuitous coincidence, two remarkable chronicles of history, immensely readable and as distinct as chalk and cheese.   Attendant Lords: Courtiers and Poets in ...
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10 books to look forward to in 2018

There are several books that Aakar Patel wishes were being written but aren't. Fortunately, there's plenty coming up this year that he's eagerly awaiting. Photograph: Kind courtesy Judit Klein/Flickr The period in South Asian history best documented by important actors is 1970s Pakistan, the most important decade in that nation's history. The division of the country, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto's rise and then Zia-ul Haq's takeover: all these are laid out superbly by writers like Iqbal Akhund, Rafi ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

What top editors, CEOs of publishing houses read in 2017!

When you ask CEOs, top editors and publishers whether they found time to read books published by their competitors in the year gone by, don't always expect a negative answer.For many of them managed to read a lot of books brought out by other publishers ...
 Business Standard2 weeks 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 Magazine1 month ago
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Delhi, the No-No capital

Delhi is a year-round health hazard that visitors shun like the plague, says Sunil Sethi. IMAGE: India Gate, obscured by Delhi's smog. Photograph: Manvender Vashist/PTI Photo   A frequent piece of advice offered to long-term visitors or foreign residents -- journalists, diplomats and suchlike -- in the capital used to be: "If you want to see the country, get out of Delhi." It's a worthless suggestion now. They're getting out fast anyway.   Two years ago, when a disgusted New York ...
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Britain finally discovers how the Raj hurt India

Unlike the Germans, Britons began to face the hard truths about their colonial empire only recently, says Kanika Datta.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com It has taken a little under seven decades for British academia, if not ordinary Britons, to acknowledge the deleterious nature of their 200-odd year rule of the Indian sub-continent.   The past two years has seen a raft of revisionist histories from British writers that seek to highlight in unequivocal terms the combination of ...
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How Indian banks will change by 2025

Most adult Indians should have access to bank deposits, credit and remittance facilities as well as insurance and mutual fund products in the next decade, and technology will play a big role in this transformation, says Tamal Bandyopadhyay. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com.   Through the essays in the book, I have tried to chronicle the developments in Indian banking and finance over a tumultuous decade. And, through this epilogue, let me attempt to play the role of a soothsayer, ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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