Archive for: December, 2017

We’re excited with our new product release and here is what you can expect from it. See more content when you open the app We have optimised the discover screens, carousel image sizes and overall layout so that you can see more when you open the app. With every scroll you see more content. It’s a fine balance...

यूं तो प्रेम इनसान के भीतर की सतह पर एक यूनिवर्सल सा अहसास है, मगर इज़हार से लेकर व्‍यवहार के स्‍तर पर जाटलैंड में यह अलग...

When picking books for children, a lot of parents seem to be guided by age, gender and use (does it teach something? does it transmit good values?). And by ‘brands’–Harry Potter is recommended for everyone from five and up! As is poor Dickens. The one thing which seems to be left out rather often is what the...

Detectives come in all shapes and sizes. The idea that a successful detective needs to be good looking, toned, deep mesmerizing eyes with a rock solid square jaw line would rule out most of the world’s most famous fiction detectives. A favorite Belgian with a handlebar mustache certainly wouldn’t fit this bill....

“Short stories are tiny windows into other worlds and other minds and other dreams. They are journeys you can make to the far side of the universe and still be back in time for dinner.” – Neil Gaiman Over the years, I’ve experimented with many different forms of writing but the short story has always eluded me....

Many tend to compartmentalize the BJP’s use of the development card, the law and order card, and the Hindu card and treat them as distinct platforms. This ignores how cleverly the BJP often juxtaposes all three into a common narrative. And in this process, it is happy to use what it knows to be lies. Take the other...

Arnab Ray’s The Mahabharata Murders is creating quite a buzz. We received an overwhelming response from the press and our readers. Here are some reviews and tweets shared about the book. Have a look and you might be enticed to read the book itself! Riju Ganguly’s review on Amazon says, “This thriller, which also...

Indian history has more than its fair share of villains whom we love to hate – Mahmud of Ghazni, Mohammad of Ghur, Alauddin Khalji, Mohammad bin Tughlaq, Aurangzeb to name a few. At present though, it is Alauddin Khalji’s moment to shine. Believed to be the most sadistic Shah of all time, was he truly deserving...

We’re very excited to have Airtel come on board as a strategic partner in Juggernaut’s journey. Over the next few weeks we will detail out how we can add value to Airtel’s customer base and how we can benefit from their scale? As we go into those discussions, some early thoughts: Build a case for reading and...

Bharti Airtel (‘Airtel’), India’s largest telecommunications service provider, today said that it has acquired a strategic stake in Juggernaut Books, a popular digital platform to discover and read high quality, affordable books and to submit amateur writing. The investment is in line with Airtel’s endeavour...