Posts by: Team Juggernaut

We had a long conversation in the office on Friday about the best spots to read. Suggestions like reading in bed, a park, by the river or in the train came up. We tried to pick the best and of course realized that we didn’t have to because with Juggernaut, every spot is the best spot to read. So we thought we’d...

Juggernaut Books will publish the memoirs of Rajat Gupta, former head of McKinsey worldwide, who was charged in the largest insider trading case in United States’ history.

Cricket reflects the paradox of the relationship between India and Pakistan- so close and yet so far.

  Folks often imagine writers typing away in a solitary state without a care in the world. Maybe some do that — but most are at their desks at home, struggling with the same distractions that we all deal with. So we thought we’d ask our authors to share how they work in the hope that it might inspire budding writers...

This week we’re excited to share the cover for a fabulous collection of short stories by Veena Muthuraman – A Place of No Importance  Beginning with the month of Aipasi, Veena Muthuraman tells a story set in each month of the Tamil calendar. As a year unfolds, we get to know Ayyanarpatti: to the world, a small...

Check out the cover art for two brilliant short stories by Praveen Swami

Screenwriters, TV Executives, here's your cue.

  At Juggernaut we’re constantly looking for young, new voices with incredible stories to tell.  And we found a perfect match in Tashan Mehta’s wonderful debut novel, The Liar’s Weave. The book tells the tale of Zahan Merchant who has a unique problem: he is born without a future. This cosmic mistake gives him the...

  The Beheading by chief economist at HDFC Bank, Abheek Barua, is the only Indian crime novel that brings a sophisticated understanding of forensics and police procedural, and in Inspector Sohini Sen, a world weary, alcoholic, pill addicted, middle-aged cop, we have an extraordinary character. Our Art Director, Gavin...

As my son approached his six-month-birthday, he began wheezing like a grandma on a mountaineering expedition. Our paediatrician said that it was common in babies in Beijing. — Pallavi Aiyar  This story is not unique to Beijing. Last year, a study revealed that 4 out of every 10 children in Delhi suffer from severe...