Ravinder Singh on Road Safety

Ravinder Singh is a bestselling author. In his books I Too Had  Love Story and Will You Still Love Me?  he passionately advocates the need for road safety.  In our new release, Your Happiness was Hacked authors Vivek Wadhwa and Alex Salkever talk about the importance of detaching from technology in order to lead more…

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Medha Deshmukh Bhaskaran on Writing Frontiers

Frontiers by Medha Deshmukh Bhaskaran, is the story of Shivaji’s quest to establish freedom in the Maratha region. Born to a Jagirdar, Shivaji shunned his noble status to fight for Swaraj against the Mughal forces of Aurangzeb. The battle that ensues between the two enemy forces makes for a riveting read. Here we have Medha…

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Technology on a Leash

Venkat Iyer is the author of Moong Over Microchips and a certified project management professional. In this piece Iyer discusses how technology could be “a useful servant but a dangerous master”. Vivek Wadhwa and Alex Salkever talk about technology on similar lines in their book Your Happiness was Hacked. The book Your Happiness was Hacked…

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Meet the Man Who Went against the Mumbai Underworld

Isaque Ibrahim Bagwan is credited with carrying out the first encounter in the history of Mumbai Police. He is a witness to several of Mumbai’s defining moments in the 1980s when smuggling was at an all-time high, the blasts that tore through Bombay in the ’90s or the devastating 26/11 terror attack. His life, which…

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Arefa Tehsin on Her Journey with The Globetrotters

Arefa Tehsin has spent much of her childhood treading the jungles of Aravali with her naturalist father. Having authored several fiction and non-fiction books, she has come out with an exciting fictional work for young readers, The Globetrotters. The book records the journey of Hudhud, a naughty kid who is horrible to everyone including innocent…

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10 Things you didn’t know about Agyeya

Agyeya(1911-87) was the pen name of S.H. Vatsyayan, regarded as one of the foremost figures of Hindi literature who was instrumental in pioneering modern trends in the realm of poetry, fiction, criticism, and journalism. His monumental novel Shekhar: Ek Jeevani, widely regarded as his masterpiece, was drawn from his own experiences in prison and has been…

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Seven Things you didn’t know about Madiha Afzal

Madiha Afzal, author of Pakistan Under Siege: Extremism, Society and the State is a Non-Resident Fellow at the Brookings Institution. She is also an adjunct assistant professor of Global Policy at Johns Hopkins SAIS. She was previously an assistant professor at the University of Maryland’s School of Public Policy. Her work examines the links between…

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