Chapter 2 ‘Sounds exciting, but I have a project delivery scheduled during that time,’ a voice said. ‘Great idea! However, I got back from a family vacation just last month. Another vacation in six months looks really difficult,’ followed another. The third one pitched in. ‘This would have been so much fun. But yaar, I… Continue reading #FirstLook | The Belated Bachelor Party by Ravinder Singh
HarperCollins India announces the publication of Volga’s YASHODHARA: A Novel Translated from the Telugu by P.S.V. Prasad Harper Perennial, coming out on 25 May 2019 In her latest novel, Yashodhara, Volga reimagines the life of Buddha’s wife, Yashodhara. HarperCollins’s publication of Yashodhara, translated by P.S.V. Prasad, on Buddha Purnima, will reopen conversations about the role… Continue reading HarperCollins India announces the publication of Volga’s YASHODHARA: A Novel
is proud to announce Nightmarch: A Journey into India’s Naxal Heartlands by Alpa Shah has been long-listed for the prestigious Orwell Prize for Political Writing 2019 In 2010, a Naxal platoon set out on a seven-night march across 250 kilometres through Bihar and Jharkhand. Among them was Shah – the only woman, the only unarmed… Continue reading HarperCollins India is proud to announce Nightmarch: A Journey into India’s Naxal Heartlands by Alpa Shah has been long-listed for the prestigious Orwell Prize for Political Writing 2019
HarperCollins India is proud to announce the acquisition of Dopehri: A Novel by PANKAJ KAPUR HarperCollins Publishers India is thrilled to announce that it has acquired the publishing rights to celebrated actor Pankaj Kapur’s debut novel Dopehri. Originally written in Hindi, Dopehri will be published simultaneously by HarperCollins in 2019 in three editions: Hindi (in… Continue reading HarperCollins India is proud to announce the acquisition of Dopehri: A Novel by PANKAJ KAPUR
is proud to present THE BILLIONAIRE’S FUNERAL Elijah Brahms A bold, new voice enters the dark world of crime fiction A fiction debut that cuts real close to the underbelly of big finance Billionaire investor Chad Cohen is at a London restaurant when all his credit cards are declined. Before he can make sense of… Continue reading HarperCollins India presents The Billionaire’s Funeral by Elijah Brahms
HarperCollins India brings to you an anecdotal account of public administration in the face of conflicts. Tiger Hunting Stories: Lessons on the Art of the Possible … Continue reading HarperCollins India brings to you an anecdotal account of public administration in the face of conflicts.
‘A primer as well as a sophisticated analysis… I hope it will be widely read’ — Arundhati Roy About the book The accession of Kashmir to the Indian Union in 1947 had raised objections both in Kashmir and India, echoes of which continue to be heard even today. At the time, Sheikh Abdullah was the… Continue reading HarperCollins India brings you an anthology of deeply felt essays, providing important insights into the political aspirations of the people of Kashmir
is proud to present NO HOLDS BARRED My Years In Politics by Narayan Rane with Priyam Gandhi-Mody Releasing on 6 May 2019 A candid and fearless tell-all that exposes the true nature of India’s corridors of power Early in 1999, when Shiv Sena chief Balasaheb Thackeray decided to instal a new chief minister in Maharashtra,… Continue reading HarperCollins India presents No Holds Barred: My Years In Politics by Narayan Rane with Priyam Gandhi-Mody
New Delhi, May 1, 2019: HarperCollins India acquires Taslima Nasreen’s SHAMELESS The explosive sequel to the bestselling Lajja (Shame) Translated from the Bengali by Arunava Sinha Harper Perennial, to be published in January 2020 Originally written over a decade ago, Shameless, the sequel to Lajja, has never been published in Bengali, or any other… Continue reading HarperCollins India acquires Taslima Nasreen’s SHAMELESS
And like that elusive butterfly settling on a still, welcoming hand, the 23rd of April arrived in Landour (Mussoorie) with the gentle softness of the breeze. A day—truly a long, still, wonderous moment—we would savour and carry back with us, like a balm for the harsh heat of Delhi. The end of a long walk, to and from Char Dukan, found the six of us, the designated Harper team, walking over to the quaint house sitting next to the vibrant Doma’s – to meet Mr Ruskin Bond.