Posts by: Team Juggernaut

Prashant Kishor will dissect what influences Indian voters today, their aspirations and what they now demand of their leaders.

Harry Potter is back, a short story collection from North Korea, and a DIY book editor

A Farrante TV series, short stories as text messages, and a crowd-sourced author-publisher platform

Now for the first time in India

Juggernaut will publish a book on the Tiger of Mysore by Kate Brittlebank, one of the world's leading authorities on Tipu Sultan.

Five apps that we love using right now!

The Indian Military thriller that 500+ serving officers read and rated 5 stars. Get your copy now. A girl is kidnapped by Pakistani terrorists in Pahalgam, Kashmir. But this is no ordinary girl. And her kidnapper is no ordinary man. In Delhi, Admiral Nirbhay Rana, India’s most strong-willed naval officer, watches...

  Here’s how the year in publishing is looking to Karthika VK, publisher and chief editor, HarperCollins India; Diya Kar Hazra, Publisher, Pan Macmillan India, and Chiki Sarkar, founder-publisher, Juggernaut. Excerpts from three conversations. On whether there’s room for all kinds of books any more: Karthika: It...

  The writer shares his literary trends for 2016, particularly placing a lot of hope on fiction, mobile publishing and translations. When I first heard about it, I was sceptical about its chances. But in a country, where there are about 160 million smartphones in use, mobile publishing looks like an extremely...

16 theses on why the mobile is the future of technology and the internet