Vauhini Vara’s The Immortal King Rao to be Adapted for Television
Reading Time: 2 minutes Vauhini Vara’s popular debut novel, The Immortal King Rao, is all set to be adapted for television. According to a tweet by HarperCollins, the publisher
Like Fine Wine, a Love Stories Collection by Syeda Imam Released
Reading Time: < 1 minute Acclaimed author Syeda Bilbrami Imam released a collection of love stories called Life Fine Wine last Friday. The book was launched via an event organized
Instagram Account of HarperCollins CEO Ananth Padmanabhan Hacked
Reading Time: < 1 minute The Instagram account of Ananth Padmanabhan, the CEO of HarperCollins India, was hacked on Thursday, March 2. As per Ananth’s tweet on Friday, a hacker
The Watchmaker’s Library: Must-Read Books for Every Watch Enthusiast
Reading Time: 5 minutes The art of creating sophisticated micro-components, powered by a coiled spring, with the precision to last a lifetime without much hassle, is fascinating, to say the least. To commemorate this newfound love for mechanical timepieces, I am sharing a few books that every watch enthusiast must acquire whenever possible.
Ancestral Vices by Tom Sharpe – Book Review
Reading Time: 5 minutes Ancestral Vices is strong enough to kick the capitalists as much as it does the communists. And that’s what makes it a must-read for those who love political satires.
“Contamination” by Richa Lakhera – Book Review
Reading Time: 3 minutes The first that struck me when I got my hands on Richa Lakhera’s Contamination was actor Manoj Bajpayee’s comment: “Brilliant. Standout. Richa Lakhera writes vividly
The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg | Book Review
Reading Time: 7 minutes The Power of Habit tries to find and present answers to such deeper questions. The book deals with some of the most intrinsic aspects of human behaviour, giving lucid and interesting explanations. With more than two million copies sold, Charles Duhigg’s masterpiece is practically changing lives across the globe. Let’s find out why.
HarperBusiness India to Publish Tata’s Leadership Experiment
Reading Time: 2 minutes HarperCollins India will publish Tata’s Leadership Experiment, a story of the Tata Group’s leadership development programme. In the official announcement on Twitter, the leading business
The Shehnai Virtuoso & Other Stories by Dhumketu
Reading Time: 2 minutes A new collection of Dhumketu’s short stories was launched on July 26, 2022. The Shehnai Virtuosos & Other Stories is the second English translation of
Sally Hayden Wins Orwell Prize 2022 for Political Writing
Reading Time: 2 minutes The Orwell Prize is named after Eric Arthur Blair, aka George Orwell, arguably the greatest dystopian writer of all time. The winners in each category will receive £3,000 as prize money. The Orwell Prize 2022 winners were declared during the closing ceremony of the annual Orwell Festival of Political Writing.
Uncage The Mysterious Soul – A Collection of Poetry
Reading Time: 3 minutes Najam Us Saher speaks about delving deep into the human psyche, exploring the world of thoughts, experiencing their struggles, and learning how they rise despite all the pain.
Decision Dil Se by Sanjay Grover – Book Review | Bombay Reads
Reading Time: 4 minutes Sanjay Grover takes us from his life in a remote village in Maharashtra as an engineering student to making it to a private B-school in Delhi. The author takes the readers through his journey in the United States, where he got admitted to one of the top B-schools in the world.
Arthur Ross Book Award 2022 Shortlist Announced
Reading Time: 2 minutes The shortlist for the Arthur Ross Book Award 2022 was announced on Wednesday. Endowed by businessman and philanthropist Arthur Ross in 2001, the award recognizes the contributions of non-fictional to the understanding of foreign policy.
HarperCollins India to Publish the Memoir of Kubbra Sait
Reading Time: 2 minutes According to the Twitter thread, the Sacred Games actress wrote the memoir over two years. However, the premier publisher took just about a week to acquire the book for publishing
The Muslim Vanishes by Saeed Naqvi – Book Review
Reading Time: 5 minutes The Muslim Vanishes is probably the most political fiction since Jinnah: India, Partition, Independence. Saeed Naqvi brilliantly captures the underlying crux of the growing Hindutva extremism in the country. While the author propagates more than a few controversial viewpoints, the primary objective of this unique play is right on the button.