Here are 5 Things ‘My Value Collection’ offers

Nicky and Noni are just like you. They’re funny, they’re crazy-and like you, they love to have fun. But sometimes, just sometimes, they can be very naughty. That’s when they get into trouble. Author Sonia Mehta’s series of books for children — My Book of Values, is all you need to make a preachy value education…

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Why You Need to Read About the New Rules of Business

As the business-world becomes increasingly dynamic, innovative, and experimental – the benchmarks for brand-building are changing. Playing by a set rulebook is no longer enough. There are new (and higher) expectations now, and with them come new rules of doing business. From learning to prioritize employees’ well-being to investing in products that can do their…

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New Books To Add to Your Christmas Wishlist

Christmas is right around the corner and we’re all scrambling to find some good reads before the year ends! Take a look at some of our recommendations for December below: How to Be a Likeable Bigot In this collection of satirical essays in her deft, inimitable style, Naomi Datta tells you how to survive various…

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Angry Goddesses: 5 Lines that Showcase the “Badass Mothers” from ‘A People’s History Of Heaven’

Mathangi Subramanian’s A People’s History of Heaven takes us to a thirty-year-old slum called Heaven, hidden between brand-new high-rise apartment buildings and technology incubators in contemporary Bangalore. In this close-knit community, five girls on the cusp of womanhood – a graffiti artist; a transgender Christian convert; a blind dancer; a migrant who discovers a family…

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Dear Reader- A Letter From Jojo Moyes

Bestselling author Jojo Moyes’ new book The Giver of Stars is a mesmerising tale of female friendship, romance, and the wonder of books and reading, inspired by a remarkable true story. Here’s a special letter from the author in which she gives insight into the inspiration behind her novel:   Dear Reader,   Fifteen months ago I read an…

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‘Rajneeti’: Know the Man Behind the Politician

When the history of India’s national security and the policies and actions taken to strengthen it is written, Prime Minister Modi’s leadership and his government’s efforts will be regarded as a watershed. In this narrative, the critical role played by Shri Rajnath Singh as home minister will stand out. In Rajneeti, Gautam Chintamani has tried…

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An Excerpt from the Timeless ‘Pather Panchali’

In the idyllic village of the Abode of Contentment, Durga and her little brother, Opu, grow up in a world of woods, orchards and adventure. Nurtured on their aunt’s songs and stories, they dream of secret magical lands, forbidden gardens and the distant railroad. The grown-up world of debts, resentment and bone-deep poverty barely touches…

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