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Michael Crichton, J.R.R Tolkien, Angela Saini Lead Our Superb International Lineup This Month

All Out War – Tim Shipman ‘Shipman’s book is by far the best. It is a detailed, often pitch-perfect account that delivers the tale with an infectious sense of human drama – no mean feat, given the task of completing the whole thing so quickly’ —JOHN HARRIS, New Statesman Tim Shipman gives the readers the…… Continue reading Michael Crichton, J.R.R Tolkien, Angela Saini Lead Our Superb International Lineup This Month

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There’s A Fundamental Flaw in India’s Internal Security And It Needs to Be Fixed, Now

World Bank’s ‘Global Economic Forecast’ for June 2017 has projected the Indian economy’s growth (2017-18) to be 7.2 to 7.8 per cent. Forbes has said that this would make India the fourth fastest growing economy in the world. India is also accelerating financial reforms for introducing revolutionary changes in its tax regime by adopting GST (Goods…… Continue reading There’s A Fundamental Flaw in India’s Internal Security And It Needs to Be Fixed, Now

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#InternationalYogaDay: 8 Amazing Books for the Yogi in You

Yoga is a big deal in India, and is enthusiastically practised world over. So far-reaching is its popularity that you now have yoga with beer, goats and cats. We may not be able to provide you with these, but what we do have are books for you if you’re interested in doing yoga on a…… Continue reading #InternationalYogaDay: 8 Amazing Books for the Yogi in You

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10 Books on Music that Hit Just the Right Notes

 Fête de la Musique, it’s World Music Day, folks! Whether you’re a fan of Bob Dylan, Lata Mangeshkar or just want to revisit the amazing band that One Direction previously was before everyone decided to go their own ways—we have a book for you.   The Man, The Music by Anirudha Bhattacharjee and Balaji Vittal…… Continue reading 10 Books on Music that Hit Just the Right Notes

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#PrideMonth: 10 Splendid Books with LGBT Themes for Your Shelves

June is celebrated the world over as Pride Month, with the last Sunday of the month marking the end of the weekend extravaganza that is New York City Pride. In India, the Pride March is held at different times in different cities: Delhi has celebrated Pride in November, and the Mumbai Marches are usually held…… Continue reading #PrideMonth: 10 Splendid Books with LGBT Themes for Your Shelves

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Dad Loves Reading? Here are Some Books You Could Gift Him on Father’s Day

One of the biggest names in the sports industry, Nike founder Phil Knight shares his story of ambition, passion and struggle and what it took to transform fifty dollars into $30 billion. As a young man out of business school he had one mission: importing high-quality, low cost running shoes from Japan. And despite all the…… Continue reading Dad Loves Reading? Here are Some Books You Could Gift Him on Father’s Day

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20 Books That are Ideal Companions for Your Summer Travel Plans

Oh, the places you’ll go! Oh, the books you’ll read! It is a truth universally acknowledged that travel and reading are two of the greatest joys in the world. But where should you travel to? Which destination should you choose? Well, we’ll let the good folks at Lonely Planet help you decide. But books? Yes,…… Continue reading 20 Books That are Ideal Companions for Your Summer Travel Plans

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Editor and writer Trisha Bora talks about her riveting debut novel ‘What Kitty Did’

This month, HarperCollins India publishes Trisha Bora’s debut novel, What Kitty Did.  Trisha isn’t new to the world of books and writing—she studied English Literature at Miranda House, and has worked in Indian publishing over the past several years. At the moment, she is a commissioning editor at Juggernaut Books. In this email interview with…… Continue reading Editor and writer Trisha Bora talks about her riveting debut novel ‘What Kitty Did’

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Our Pick of the Best Foreign Fiction & Non-fiction This Month

How can you have a future if you can’t accept your past? Mel Hannigan doesn’t have it easy. Mourning the death of her firework of a brother, facing the loss of three friendships that used to mean everything to her and struggling to deal with a condition that even her closest friends don’t know about.…… Continue reading Our Pick of the Best Foreign Fiction & Non-fiction This Month

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Suicide is NOT an option, no matter how poorly you fared in your board exams

With the season of board exam results upon us, we decided to put a word out for those who didn’t fare well and began to think, foolishly, that it’s the end of the road for them. Academic performance is a poor, unreliable barometer for success and happiness in life. Below, we present an excerpt from…… Continue reading Suicide is NOT an option, no matter how poorly you fared in your board exams