Archive for: November, 2017

Getting a book deal is not easy. If you’ve been trying to get published, you’d know. Writers are either wondering whether their story has even been read by an editor, or reeling from a rejection letter. We’re trying to change this with the Juggernaut Writing Platform. On an average, 12 new uploads pop up on the platform...

We’re delighted to announce our association with the Times LitFest 2017 on Dec 15th-17th in Mumbai. As part of this collaboration, we’re launching the Juggernaut Writing Contest. The rules are simple – Entries have to be submitted on the writing platform (write.juggernaut.in) or emailed to...

When I was nine, a classmate of mine bought a shiny, new copy of Harry Potter, flashing it in my face. I took my parents to the bookstore the very same day and never really looked back. Except for the odd phase where I thought my future lies in being a space scientist and the next Kalpana Chawla, I’ve wanted to be a...

We’re excited to announce a strategic distribution partnership with Apollo hospitals, starting with a pilot at their flagship hospital in Jasola, New Delhi. Patients and caregivers can now access 10 free books on the Juggernaut app through a collection exclusively curated for them. The information about this is...

This is an excerpt from The Rohingyas by Azeem Ibrahim A target of choice There is a clear racial aspect to the overall pattern of legal discrimination against the Rohingyas. However, it must be stressed that the persecution and discrimination against the Rohingyas was not a particular feature of Burma at...

This is an excerpt from Demonitisation 2017: One Year Later The I-T department has listed over a dozen cases, which demonstrate the various methods used by people to stash unaccounted cash during the note ban period. The department has revealed these cases in a detailed status report posted on the Cleanmoney.in...

New Delhi, 7 November 2017: Barkha Dutt, one of India’s most acclaimed TV journalists, will write a book on Indian politics in the last two decades called Power, telling the twinned stories of the changing fortunes of the Congress Party and the rise of the BJP through the men and women who shaped the...

Imagine you’re reading a book set in India in 2017, and you arrive at this passage. Dad was looking at his phone, chuckling at one of those American chat show hosts lambasting President Trump. This was the right time. “Dad,” I said. He looked up. “I want some money … for, um, notebooks,” I said. He...

There is a buzz in the fiction writer’s community as the National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) is upon us. Every year in November, many aspiring writers take the challenge of completing a minimum 50,000 word first draft of their novel in one month. This challenge has produced success stories like Water for...

Cricketers are celebrities that often get limited to the controversies and talk about the sports itself. But here, we give you a chance to know which Indian Cricket Team Captain you would relate to the most. Read Democracy’s XI by Rajdeep Sardesai to more about your heroes in detail and their commitment to the sport.