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.
HarperCollins India is delighted to bring you a thrilling new murder mystery from a master of cosy crime, Tanushree Podder, set in an idyllic background of a small hilly town, which promises to keep the readers hooked till the very end. It is the perfect summer holiday read and just the one to keep you… Continue reading Before You Breathe, a thrilling new novel by the veteran of cosy crime, Tanushree Podder
Creative Quest by Questlove Questlove—musician, bandleader, designer, producer, culinary entrepreneur, professor, and all-around cultural omnivore—draws on a lifetime of experience to offer insights into how to build the best creative life, and how to let the best creative life build you. Questlove has worked with or around hundreds of other artists, and engaged in dialogue with them regarding the… Continue reading The Best Foreign Fiction & Non-fiction We Published in April
Maa, I've Become a Collector by Rajesh Patil Rajesh Patil was born to poor farm workers in the backward Khandesh region of Maharashtra. He worked as a child labourer picking cotton, selling bread, and doing small jobs. But what set him apart was that, unlike most of his peers, he was driven by an intense desire to… Continue reading Preview: Our Top New Releases from April
HarperCollins India announced today that it will be hosting a new initiative called the Harper Debate, a series of conversations and panel discussions featuring HarperCollins authors, moderated by some of India’s top journalists, on issues that impact today’s society the most. The Harper Debate will help a budding generation of readers, thinkers and future leaders… Continue reading HarperCollins India launches The Harper Debate
HarperCollins India brings you a book that every thinking Indian must read. BUT YOU DON’T LOOK LIKE A MUSLIM by Rakhshanda Jalil What does it mean to be Muslim in India? What does it mean to ‘look’ like one’s religion? Does one’s faith determine how one is perceived? Is there a secular ideal one… Continue reading HarperCollins India brings you a book that every thinking Indian must read: BUT YOU DON’T LOOK LIKE A MUSLIM