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Teamwork Arts Announces ‘Jaipur Literature Festival – WORDS ARE BRIDGES’ In Association With HarperCollins India

Language is not just a medium of expression but so much more. It is an embodiment of cultural identity, an …

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Harper Collins India : Shuttling To The Top, The Story Of P V Sindhu

Volleyball was the topic of conversation at breakfast and dinner table, but badminton player Pullela Gopichand was P.V. Sindhu’s hero. …

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Harper Collins India : Superbugs : The Race To Stop The Epidemic By Matt McCarthy

Drug-resistant bacteria – known as superbugs – are one of the biggest medical threats of our time. Here, a doctor, …

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Harper Collins India : Messiah Modi By Tavleen Singh

  One of India’s most influential columnists, and one not averse to controversy, Tavleen Singh was among the few mainstream …

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Harper Collins India : Animosity At Bay By Pallavi Raghavan

    In this groundbreaking book, Pallavi Raghavan uses previously untapped archival sources to weave together new stories about the …

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Harper Collins India : MISSING IN ACTION- The Prisoners Who Never Came Back By ChanderSuta Dogra

‘… a richly researched and profoundly moving book.’ RAMACHANDRA GUHA Missing in Action is a deeply researched work, with startling …

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Harper Collins India : A Gandhian Affair By Sanjay Suri

Hindi cinema, ever since Independence, has revolved almost entirely around issues of sex and money. This may seem odd given …

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HarperCollins India : Made In China By Parinda Joshi

Raghu Mehta is a desperate man. His handicraft imports business has unexpectedly collapsed and cash is drying out quickly, his …

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HarperCollins India : The Swachh Bharat Revolution By Parameswaran Iyer

On 15 August 2014, in his maiden Independence Day address to the country, Narendra Modi became the first Prime Minister …

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HarperCollins India : The Shape of Things To Come: An Impassioned View By Markandey Katju

India is in the throes of transition—from a primarily feudal agrarian society to a modern, industrial one. For the transition …

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