Archive for: March, 2018

Juggernaut is proud to announce an association with Youth Ki Awaaz for exclusive digital originals. Ranging across different important issues – from examining different aspects of gender sensitivity, to creating a serious conversation around depression and mental health, even an investigation into the seedy...

Authors and writers are amongst the most coveted group that are revered and admired for their wise words on Twitter. So, here I have 9 of the most sought-after Indian authors that you must follow for your dose of Twittered wisdom. Ashwin Sanghi  @ashwinsanghi Ashwin Sanghi is a renowned author who is named as the...

We got to read some amazing, dramatic and beautiful stories in the Retell Mythology writing contest. It was as if mythology came back to life! The contest was judged by Anuja Chandramouli, author of Rani Padmavati: The Burning Queen and she really enjoyed reading the stories. Here are the top two entries of the...

This is what Swapna has to say about herself, “I am an army kid, which gave me the opportunity to travel the length and breadth of the country in my growing up years. This sparked my curiosity in people and their cultures and behaviors. I moved to the US two years ago and am a new mother to my beautiful daughter. All...

From Bihar to Tihar is the memoir of Kanhaiya Kumar which tells us about his story, from his childhood in rural Bihar to sudden stardom as India’s most famous student leader. Here are a collection of reviews which might compel you to read this book yourself! Swarna Pawar’s review on Goodreads says, “His writing depicts...

Despite the argument on machines vs humans, most experts agree that investment in human capital is important The imminent arrival of drones delivering parcels, of cars run by Google, and the looming prospect of robots taking over shop floors have led many to worry about the future of jobs. But such concerns are not...

Congratulations to Dr. Prashant Pradhan, the winner of our Padman Airtel contest. Dr. Pradhan is an orthopaedic surgeon by profession. Since childhood, reading and getting inspired from the stories about great philanthropists such as Andrew Carnegie and achievers like Shahrukh Khan, he has the aim of achieving...

Ankit hails from Lalitpur, a sleepy little town in central India. Writing and telling short stories and poetry brings him comfort. As a Ph.D. scholar, he gets to spend a lot of time with children in government schools of India, listening to their stories and learning from them about life. At the moment, he is in...

Indira’s family did not in any way shield her from their political activities. She was initiated early into rebellion, her grandfather giving her a charkha when she was five years old. She was grabbed by their tiny hands and, rather like a family of expert swimmers might do with their youngest member, thrown into the...

Meena Kandasamy’s When I Hit You has been widely appreciated by readers and critics alike. The book has been shortlisted for the Jhalak Prize 2018, longlisted for the Dylan Thomas Prize 2018 and UK’s Women’s Prize for Fiction 2018. It was also included in the Guardian’s, Daily Telegraph’s, Observer’s and...