HarperCollins India to publish Free Hit: The Story of Women’s Cricket In India by Suprita Das

On the occasion of the ICC Women’s World Twenty20 HarperCollins India is proud to announce a very special book Free Hit The Story of Women’s Cricket In India by Suprita Das Releasing early December 2018     The first comprehensive narrative history of women’s cricket in India authored by award-winning sports journalist Suprita Das. Free… Continue reading HarperCollins India to publish Free Hit: The Story of Women’s Cricket In India by Suprita Das

HarperCollins India presents Nightmarch: A Journey Into India’s Naxal Heartlands by Alpa Shah

presents an unputdownable, deeply researched analysis of the Naxal movement in India Nightmarch: A Journey Into India’s Naxal Heartlands by Alpa Shah   In 2010, a Naxal platoon set out on a seven-night march across 250 kilometres through Bihar and Jharkhand. Among them was Alpa, an anthropology professor – the only woman, the only unarmed… Continue reading HarperCollins India presents Nightmarch: A Journey Into India’s Naxal Heartlands by Alpa Shah

How India Works: Making Sense of a Complex Corporate Culture by Aarti Kelshikar

presents a guide on insider-outside perspectives to working in India How India Works: Making Sense of a Complex Corporate Culture by Aarti Kelshikar A unique book that gives the lowdown on India's work and corporate culture and how it is different from work cultures around the world An article in the Harvard Business Review once… Continue reading How India Works: Making Sense of a Complex Corporate Culture by Aarti Kelshikar

Scent of a Story: A Newspaperman’s Journey by Shankar Ghosh

presents a charming memoir of a journalist Scent of a Story: A Newspaperman’s Journey by Shankar Ghosh A moving tribute to a life spent in romance of a newspaper   Part biography, part memoir of the longest-serving and the first Indian editor of one of the oldest newspapers in India Combining biography and memoir, Shankar… Continue reading Scent of a Story: A Newspaperman’s Journey by Shankar Ghosh

Reham Khan’s Memoir

    HarperCollins India is proud to announce the forthcoming publication of the memoir everyone is talking about: REHAM KHAN Releasing in August 2018. Reham Khan’s eventful life took her from Gaddafi's Libya to Zia’s Pakistan and thence to England as a teenage bride, before she returned to Pakistan in her forties. Hers has been… Continue reading Reham Khan’s Memoir

HarperCollins India presents Weird Maths: At the Edge of Infinity and Beyond by David Darling and Agnijo Banerjee

presents a landmark book on mathematics Weird Maths: At the Edge of Infinity and Beyond by David Darling and Agnijo Banerjee   The first book by Agnijo, a global maths prodigy of Indian origin and his tutor David Darling. The most fascinating mathematical ideas, presented in a form that anyone can appreciate. Explores the cutting… Continue reading HarperCollins India presents Weird Maths: At the Edge of Infinity and Beyond by David Darling and Agnijo Banerjee

HarperCollins India presents ‘The Good Indian Child’s Guide to Eating Mangoes’ by Natasha Sharma

is delighted to announce the first in the Good Indian Child’s Guide Series The Good Indian Child’s Guide To Eating Mangoes by Natasha Sharma The perfect preface to the mango season. ‘Drool-inducing! Rib-tickling! Timely! Generations of Indian children will benefit from this prof-BURR…RRP! (Excuse me, it’s mango season.)’  – Anushka Ravishankar, popular children’s author Does a… Continue reading HarperCollins India presents ‘The Good Indian Child’s Guide to Eating Mangoes’ by Natasha Sharma

HarperCollins India to publish ‘Weird Maths’ by child prodigy Agnijo Banerjee and his tutor David Darling.

HarperCollins India to publish ‘Weird Maths’ by child prodigy Agnijo Banerjee and his tutor David Darling. Agnijo will be in India in July to promote the book. Weird Maths: At the Edge of Infinity and Beyond written by Agnijo Banerjee, a child prodigy of Indian origin and his tutor David Darling, is a landmark book… Continue reading HarperCollins India to publish ‘Weird Maths’ by child prodigy Agnijo Banerjee and his tutor David Darling.

#WomenWhoWrite: An excerpt from We by Gillian Anderson

WHY NOW? ‘Politics hates a vacuum. If it isn’t filled with hope, someone will fill it with fear.’ NAOMI KLEIN   Our current way of doing things – the ‘me culture’ – isn’t working. The world we all share is more divided and unequal than ever. Rates of anxiety, depression and self-harm among women are… Continue reading #WomenWhoWrite: An excerpt from We by Gillian Anderson

Spotlight: An Interview with a Bookstagrammer

In Spotlight, we interview people who've popularized books on different social media platforms. With irresistible pictures, intelligent conversations and book recommendations, these bibliophile social media masters are the best kind of influencers. Today we're in conversation with Resh Susan, whose Instagram handle The Book Satchel has nearly 30,000 followers. She also has a blog with… Continue reading Spotlight: An Interview with a Bookstagrammer