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HarperCollins India to publish Shweta Bachchan-Nanda’s debut novel, Paradise Towers

HarperCollins India is proud to announce that it has acquired the Indian subcontinent rights for Shweta Bachchan-Nanda’s debut, Paradise Towers, a heart-warming slice-of-life novel set in an apartment building in Mumbai. Paradise Towers will be published in October 2018. The acquisition includes a second work of fiction, due to be published in 2020. The two…… Continue reading HarperCollins India to publish Shweta Bachchan-Nanda’s debut novel, Paradise Towers

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Harper Business publishes Thinking Smart: How to Master Work, Life and Everything In-between by one of the World’s leading thinker on strategy and marketing, and former chief strategist at the Tata group, Prof. Nirmalya Kumar.

HarperCollins India Press Release: New Delhi: 30 March 2018: HarperCollins India takes pride in announcing the publication of Prof. Nirmalya Kumar’s book Thinking Smart: How to Master Work, Life and Everything In-between.  The book will be available in stores from 23rd April 2018 published under the imprint, Harper Business. About the book: You are on…… Continue reading Harper Business publishes Thinking Smart: How to Master Work, Life and Everything In-between by one of the World’s leading thinker on strategy and marketing, and former chief strategist at the Tata group, Prof. Nirmalya Kumar.

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HarperCollins India to publish ‘Gene Machine’ by Nobel Prize-winning scientist Venkataraman Ramakrishnan

On the occasion of National Science Day, HarperCollins India is proud to announce that it will publish Gene Machine in September 2018. Written by Nobel Prize-winning scientist Venkataraman Ramakrishnan, it is one of the biggest books on popular science to be published globally this year. About the book: Gene Machine is a groundbreaking book of non-fiction and…… Continue reading HarperCollins India to publish ‘Gene Machine’ by Nobel Prize-winning scientist Venkataraman Ramakrishnan

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10 Tips To Become A Social Media Jedi

These days, almost everyone is on one social media platform or the other. And if you want to become a social media influencer, who better to give you tips than MissMalini, aka, Malini Agarwal? She’s a social media jedi with millions of followers across platforms. Her website draws four millions users from across the globe…… Continue reading 10 Tips To Become A Social Media Jedi

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From Nikita Singh: A Singles’ Survival Guide for Valentine’s Day

by NIKITA SINGH It’s that time of the year again. Valentine’s Day is upon us, which means all sorts of headaches for people without a Valentine. The blues that come with being single on Valentine’s Day are not so much because of the day or what it stands for, but more about the atmosphere people…… Continue reading From Nikita Singh: A Singles’ Survival Guide for Valentine’s Day

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Preview: Our Best Foreign Fiction & Non-fiction This Month

Murder on the Orient Express — Agatha Christie (Film tie-in edition) ‘A brilliantly ingenious story.’ — Dorothy L. Sayers, Daily Herald ‘Ingenuity at its height … the idea is utterly novel, the setting a model of realism, and the characters a versatile, attractive crew.’ — Woman’s Journal ‘A piece of classic workmanship . . . exquisite and wholly…… Continue reading Preview: Our Best Foreign Fiction & Non-fiction This Month

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September Preview: Our Top Five Indian Releases

The Nationalist It will not be an exaggeration to say that multinational conglomerate Larsen & Toubro (L&T) is behind every critical national endeavour – India’s first nuclear submarine; its strategic weapon and missile systems; the space exploration programme; and infrastructure like metro systems and nuclear power plants. And one man has been instrumental in taking…… Continue reading September Preview: Our Top Five Indian Releases

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#CriminallyGood: Scarlet Night, Chapter Four by Vish Dhamija

Aaand we’re almost there! The penultimate chapter of this mini-series. Vish Dhamija, author of Unlawful Justice, takes the story further. Who’s faking it, darling? Me or you? Mira thinks as she walks out. In her nightmare, she was being hounded by men with knives, and from experience, she knows that it isn’t merely a dream.…… Continue reading #CriminallyGood: Scarlet Night, Chapter Four by Vish Dhamija

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#CriminallyGood: Scarlet Night, Chapter Three by Amitabh Pandey

After a cliffhanger second chapter by Tanushree Podder, Scarlet Night is back with a new instalment from the writer of crime novels Himalayan White and Himalayan Hazard, Amitabh Pandey. Just one more chapter to go after this, before we throw it open to readers to write the final chapter of this mini-series. Here we go:…… Continue reading #CriminallyGood: Scarlet Night, Chapter Three by Amitabh Pandey

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#CriminallyGood: Scarlet Night, Chapter Two by Tanushree Podder

We’re back with Scarlet Night, part of our month-long celebration of crime fiction. Hope you enjoyed reading the first chapter by Trisha Bora which we shared exclusively on Harper Broadcast last week. Today, we bring you the next instalment of the series, the second chapter by Tanushree Podder. Here we go: I hate these tasks.  A…… Continue reading #CriminallyGood: Scarlet Night, Chapter Two by Tanushree Podder