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  • Seven new books to check out

    Seven new books to check out

    What is new to you in this book is that uncertainty can be used tp your benefit if you create and deploy an entrepreneurial mindset a way of thinking about your business that captures the benefits of uncertainty.

    September 17, 2021
  • ‘What school doesn’t teach you’ in a debut book

    ‘What school doesn’t teach you’ in a debut book

    "I used to wake up at 4 in the morning to work on my book and then later get on to fulfilling my other responsibilities. This book has been a great learning experience for me and has not only transformed me as an author but also as an individual with a higher sense of consciousness,"

    July 27, 2021
  • Indian publishing to be Rs 800 bn industry by 2024: EY Parthenon

    Indian publishing to be Rs 800 bn industry by 2024: EY Parthenon

    The publishing industry promotes Indian culture, values and excellence by enabling the continued production of knowledge in regional languages.

    July 17, 2021
  • Identifying and resolving problems arising from past experiences

    Identifying and resolving problems arising from past experiences

    Since 2018 she has helped thousands manage their emotional wellbeing by sharing her psychological expertise on Instagram, on her blog and through her online private practice.

    July 15, 2021
  • Author Rajiv Bahl’s new literary take on jobs post-pandemic

    Author Rajiv Bahl’s new literary take on jobs post-pandemic

    "We are not entirely helpless against the advancing tide of automated human-less jobs. There are many jobs that intelligent machines will not be able to do for at least one of three reasons."

    June 9, 2021
  • Of interpersonal relationships and science fiction

    Of interpersonal relationships and science fiction

    An insightful reference manual to have a joyous married life. This companion of love and devotion will invoke deep thoughts in you. It will reveal the true husband inside you, a husband, who you don't show to anyone, not even to your wife, maybe.

    June 8, 2021
  • ‘Pandemic a huge lesson for govts to redefine idea of development’

    ‘Pandemic a huge lesson for govts to redefine idea of development’

    The research that went into the book varies from cartoon to cartoon. While some have been inspired by personal sightings of wildlife, others have resulted from long hours of reading both popular writing and scientific research,"

    June 5, 2021
  • ‘Books from India are my gift to the world’

    ‘Books from India are my gift to the world’

    "We are pushing new developments all the time. Adding new titles to our selection is a priority. We are currently adding over 500 new titles to the world's book trade records, every month, every year."

    May 8, 2021
  • ‘Time to abolish the entire sum of morality’

    ‘Time to abolish the entire sum of morality’

    Our morals, he says, constrain us, bias us, and push us in the wrong direction because we fail to understand their limited aims. The biggest challenges our species face, whether global warming, nuclear proliferation or the rise of robots, are pan-human.

    May 5, 2021
  • ‘Autonomous, transparent research best safeguard against bad governance’

    ‘Autonomous, transparent research best safeguard against bad governance’

    Pointing to the lacunae that exist in the system, he says "there is an urgency in the country to reverse the trend of the past decade so that independent research, assessment, and evaluation of public policies is not on an extinction course" in the book, which is subtitled: "The Rise of Populism, Decline in Social Research".

    May 4, 2021
  • A quaint tale on the love track

    A quaint tale on the love track

    Through relatable everyday characters of Palash and Jigna, the story of rosy first love unfurls in 2004, amid the backdrop of universities, families and even the railways.

    May 3, 2021
  • Mastering 5 elements to maintain emotional, mental wellness

    Mastering 5 elements to maintain emotional, mental wellness

    "Those amongst us who recognise this fact in our story, draw on courage to move on from it, and not given in to the self-absorbing cry of the ego. We may feel the ego's plaintive, wistful pang, but may put it to use in being sensitive towards the origins of another's pain,"

    March 24, 2021
  • ‘Sometimes, stories lie dormant in mind for years’

    ‘Sometimes, stories lie dormant in mind for years’

    "One can mull over a story idea every day after it has occurred and yet not write it. The mind keeps going to it and working on it and then one day when one sits down it is ready to become a story. It is only a question of recognising that moment when it can become a story,"

    March 23, 2021
  • Giving Sita a #MeToo-inspired voice

    Giving Sita a #MeToo-inspired voice

    "While keeping the epic's storyline mostly intact, I have changed some events and subplots, added new scenes or twists, and altered a few characters as I needed to narrate Sita's story for contemporary readers," Panikcer said.

    March 19, 2021
  • Exploring the world of publishing from behind the scenes

    Exploring the world of publishing from behind the scenes

    Each episode will include series-host Aishwarya Javalgekar in a conversation with an industry expert about their role, experience and opinions about the industry and its future. Prominent guests include Ishani Butalia (Zubaan Books), Sayantan Ghosh (S&S India), and Harshad Marathe (Designer), to name a few.

    March 18, 2021
  • Unravelling the India Covid story

    Unravelling the India Covid story

    Covering the pandemic from the start, the author, Abantika Ghosh has had a ringside view of India's battle against the pandemic. A thrilling tale of unnamed thousands battling against a little-understood virus from the frontlines, "Billions Under Lockdown" (Bloomsbury) brings that gripping theatre and its dramatis personae to life.

    March 13, 2021
  • Arundhathi Subramaniam, Anamika, M Veerappa Moily win Sahitya Akademi Award

    Arundhathi Subramaniam, Anamika, M Veerappa Moily win Sahitya Akademi Award

    The list includes four novels, seven poetry books, two plays, five short stories, an epic poetry and a memoir in twenty Indian languages.

    March 13, 2021