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Salman Rushdie’s New Novel ‘Quichotte’ Set To Release In August 2019

Penguin Random House India announces the upcoming publication of Man Booker prize-winning and internationally bestselling author Salman Rushdie’s new novel …

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Hindol Sengupta’s The Man Who Saved India To Be Adapted Into A Film

The makers of Gangs of Wasseypur and Tanu Weds Manu, Sunil Bohra and Shailesh R. Singh, collaborate with India’s largest …

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THE MOMENT OF LIFT – How Empowering Women Changes The World By Melinda Gates

For the last twenty years, Melinda Gates has been on a mission. Her goal, as co-chair of the Bill and …

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How To Win An Indian Election – WHAT POLITICAL PARTIES DON’T WANT YOU TO KNOW

What role do political consultants play in election campaigns? How are political parties using technological tools such as data analytics, …

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HarperCollins India : The Brand Custodian: My Years With The Tatas By Mukund Rajan

In a little over a decade, the Tata group’s turnover increased from $10 billion to over $100 billion during Ratan …

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Penguin Releases Sadhguru’s New Book, Flowers On The Path

Sadhguru is a spiritual master with a difference. Life may be full of challenges, but his teachings remind us that …

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Penguin Presents The Great March Of Democracy – Seven Decades Of India’s Elections

  As India gears up for its seventeenth Lok Sabha elections in 2019, the Election Commission of India, responsible for …

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Why I Am A Liberal By Sagarika Ghose

The stamping out of difference, the quelling of diversity and the burial of argument is, in fact, most un-Indian. Anyone …

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Pan Macmillan India : Inspiring Story Of An Acid-Attack Survivor, Being Reshma By Tania Singh

  On 19 May 2014, as seventeen-year-old Reshma Qureshi left home for the examination centre, everything happened in a flash. …

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Penguin Random House India : India Moving By Chinmay Tumbe

A little bit of India too moves with every migrant. From adventure to indenture, martyrs to merchants, Partition to plantation, …

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