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Penguin To Publish First Ever Biography Of Sun Pharma Founder Dilip Shanghvi

Penguin Random House India announces the acquisition of the first ever-comprehensive biography of the founder and managing director of India’s …

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Penguin To Release : Kidnapped: True Stories of Abduction, Ransom And Revenge By Arita Sarkar

In 2016, approximately ten people were abducted every hour in India. Of them, six were children. Kidnapping is a crime …

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Penguin Releases Renuka Narayanan’s MAHADEV

He’s as vast as the universe itself and within him reside endless stories A little girl asks who Shiva is …

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Gautam Chintamani’s First Political Biography On Rajnath Singh

Penguin Random House India announces the acquisition of film historian and author Gautam Chintamani’s first political biography. This is the …

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Penguin Set To Release Puja Mehra’s ‘The Lost Decade: 2008-18’

HOW POLITICS DERAILED THE INDIAN ECONOMY Before the global financial meltdown of 2008, India’s economy was thriving and its  GDP …

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Penguin Releases Priya Alika Elias’ Brilliant Debut, BESHARAM

Priya Alika Elias’s BESHARAM Of Love and Other Bad Behaviours Besharam is a book on young Indian women and how …

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Arun Kumar’s New Book, GROUND SCORCHING TAX By Penguin

Everything the government does not want you to know…   On 1 July 2017, Goods and Services Tax (GST) became …

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Penguin Set To Release Hussain Zaidi’s New Book, DAWOOD’S MENTOR

How did Dawood become the Undisputed King of the Mumbai Underworld? Who was Dawood’s Mentor?   Tired of being bullied, …

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The Verdict – Decoding India’s Elections By Prannoy Roy

What are the key factors that win or lose elections in India? What does, or does not, make India’s democracy …

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Democracy On The Road – A 25 Year Journey Through India By Ruchir Sharma

On the eve of a landmark general election, Ruchir Sharma offers an unrivalled portrait of how India and its democracy …

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