Posts by: Team Juggernaut

Your stories, be it The Bot, The Last Poisoners of 6 or Death is Only the Beginning, all deal with different themes such artificial intelligence, crime and mystery. Which story has been the easiest to write and which one has been the hardest? The easiest has been Last Poisoners, the story practically wrote itself...

  Letters from Kargil by Diksha Dwivedi In May 1999, India was invaded by Pakistan in Kargil, Ladakh, in a surprise attack. Diksha Dwivedi’s father was one of the martyrs of that war. In this extremely moving book, she tells the story of the Kargil war through the letters and diaries of her father and other soldiers...

1) Raghuram Rajan is one of the foremost economists of our time, with a super-enviable CV. He studied at IIT Delhi, IIM Ahmedabad, did his PhD from the MIT Sloan School of Management in the US, was RBI governor from 2013 to 2016, has been chief economist and director of research at the IMF, and is currently a...

Say your first date has gone tremendously well, what are the next steps? How do you take dating to the next level? When do you become each other’s girlfriend/ boyfriend? How do you make sure that you don’t scare them off? Here we tell you how to conduct yourself after the first date and how to show your...

शक्ति प्रकाश जी आपकी कहानी ‘शब्दों के तीर-इसमें नयी बात क्या है?’, को व्यंग्य कहानी प्रतियोगिता का विजेता घोषित किया गया...

Juggernaut’s Editor’s Pick of the Week is The Army Officer’s Wife by Sajita Nair. The Army Officer’s wife is the story of a pregnant woman who waits longingly for her husband to break the good news to him. But then he meets an accident. Would he survive to hear the news? Read the story here. Belonging to an army...

  ‘Love in the Times of WhatsApp’ by Liji Narayan A woman waiting at the airport lounge peeps into her neighbour’s mobile. She sees him texting his girlfriend. But later, the man embraces another woman who just arrived at the airport. Which woman is he really cheating on- are things really as they seem? ‘Will...

Does your To-Be-Read list seem unending? Do you ‘know’ you should read but can’t get around to it? Did you read as a child but now can’t seem to find the time? We got together with Meenakshi Reddy Madhavan, the author of several books, the latest one being The One Who Swam With the Fishes, where she talks to us about how...

वाइफ और मोटर-बाइक की तलाश में निकला इंसान कन्फ्यूज़ हो ही जाता है, ख़ासकर बाइक के मामले में. नए-नए फ़ीचर्स और बढ़िया से...

Juggernaut writing platform’s editor’s pick of the week is Rameshwar the Dhobi, by Vasudha Sahgal.   Why does a Dhobi (laundryman) suddenly feel insecure of the ever-changing billboards opposite his dhobi ghat? Will his biggest secret also help him to secure the love of his life? This is a story about Rameshwar, a...