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Arundhati Roy, Tharoor to participate in Penguin Fever

Leading publisher Penguin Random House India has announced that literary heavyweights, including the Booker winning author Arundhati Roy and writer-politician Shashi Tharoor, will be participating in a special edition of the annual Spring Fever it organises. Business Standard, 1 week ago

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12 housewives who fought gender stereotypes to become millionaires

Book featuring stories of these women to be released under Penguin India's banner
 Business Standard1 month ago Penguin India announces the publication of Millionaire Housewives: From Homemakers to Wealth Creators  Afaqs1 month ago

Thinkers Sandbox event deliberates on economics, governance

The platform Thinkers Sandbox, created by Penguin Random House India and Thinkers, saw names likes Gurcharan Das, Rakesh Mohan, Bimal Jalan, Sanjeev Sanyal, Paranjoy Guha Thakurta, Arun Kumar and Amit Kapoor from the field of economics and governance.
 DNA2 months ago 'THINKERS Sandbox' brings economics, governance thinkers together  Prokerala2 months ago

Business is to increase not only wealth but also 'dharma' (Book Review)

Title: The Dharma of Business -- Commercial Law in Medieval India; Author: Donald R. Davis, Jr; Publisher: Portfolio by Penguin Random House India; Pages: 155; Price: Rs 299
 Business Standard2 months ago

Not (only) cricket: Playing a second innings in love

Title: Man of Her Match; Author: Sakshama Puri Dhariwal; Publisher: Penguin Random House India; Pages: 272; Price: Rs 299Take a cricketer whose on-field exploits are matched, if not overshadowed, by his non-sporting scandals, a woman marketing executive, who ...
 Prokerala2 months ago A Revolutionary called MGR  Prokerala1 month ago Murder, sex and intrigue in medieval, 'magical' Prague  Prokerala2 months ago A quest to locate consciousness in the brain  Prokerala2 months ago
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Sachcha pyaar: Penguin who fell in love with a cardboard cutout dies at 21

A penguin at a zoo in north of Tokyo was left by his wife when he fell in love with a cardboard cutout of an anime character. The penguin has died at the age of 21 with the cutout by his side.
 India Today2 days ago
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Cricket Buzz: Mithali set to write on her personal life

IMAGE: Mithali Raj will come out with her autobiography. Photograph: Twitter. Indian women's cricket team captain Mithali Raj will come out with her autobiography next year which will provide a candid and revealing look into her personal and sporting life.   Penguin Random House India today announced that it has acquired the rights to publish the memoir. Raj says she's excited to share her story and hopes that people come to like it through this book. Raj is ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Mithali Raj's autobiography to be out soon  Prokerala1 week ago
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The challenge before India

‘Insularity or isolation is not the answer, as such an approach will promote neither growth nor stability.' 'India has to move vigorously to take advantage of expanding opportunities in trade and become a choice location for IT and other industries and services so that growth rates, along with employment, are substantially enhanced.’ A must-read excerpt from former RBI governor and former Rajya Sabha member Bimal Jalan’s India: Priorities For The Future. Illustration: ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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U-17 World Cup: Tempered expectations

Long-term preparation of age-group national teams is now a regular and welcome feature in Indian football and can lead to a better future. For the U-17 World Cup to be held in six cities in India for the first time in October 2017, a squad of talented ...
 Sify3 weeks ago
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Penguins loosing feathers worries tourists, Zoo official says its moulting season

The officials have constantly been busy clarifying it to the concerned tourists that the Penguins weren't suffering from any skin disease but were shedding feathers as per their annual cycle.
 DNA1 month ago
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