The Indian Pantry – An Excerpt

From food columnist and star journalist Vir Sanghvi comes a collection of insightful, witty and myth-busting pieces about the ingredients in our kitchens. In his distinctive, no-holds-barred style, Sanghvi introduces the reader to not only the Indian pantry but also the culture, history and unique experiences that make Indian food so popular the world over.…

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7 Tips by Sadhviji for a Successful Relationship

Written in a beautiful, simple and conversational style, Come Home to Yourself by Sadhviji covers the most pertinent issues affecting all of us-how to discover inner peace, find love, let go of anger, know your purpose, and connect with God, regardless of your religion. Born and educated in the US, Sadhviji has a PhD in…

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Take a Step Towards Intrapreneurship with ‘Rule of One’ – An Excerpt

The Rule of One speaks about the power of social intrapreneurship in the developing world. Colleagues at Intel, Kazi I. Huque and Narayan Sundararajan founded an intrapreneurial venture between Intel and Grameen, called Grameen Intel Social Business, working with Nobel laureate Muhammad Yunus. Along with Jacen Greene, they have collected and presented their original and transformational…

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6 Revolutionary Things That Changed the Face of Delhi Government Schools

Manish Sisodia, Delhi’s deputy chief minister and education minister, is the visionary instrumental in ushering in evolutionary change in the public school education system. Recounting his experiences and experiments as an education minister, Shiksha offers blow-by-blow account of this amazing success story. Read to find out what experiments he did that revolutionized Delhi government schools forever: Budget: A…

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Eight Unforgettable Moments from The Kargil War

On 26 July 1999, the Kargil conflict officially ended. The Indian Army announced complete eviction of Pakistani intruders; but a price was paid for it in blood and tears. Kargil- Untold Stories from the War pays tribute to the do-or-die spirit of the Indian armed forces. The book takes you into the treacherous mountains where…

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8 Lesser Known Facts About Savarkar’s Political Movement

In his new book, Savarkar – Echoes from a Forgotten Past, historian Vikram Sampath paints a powerful portrait of one of the most contentious political thinkers and leaders of the twentieth century- Vinayak Damodar Savarkar. A man who simultaneously meant many things to many people – An alleged atheist and a staunch rationalist who strongly…

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