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Republic Day reads As we honour and celebrate the date on which the Constitution of India came into effect, here’s a list of insightful reads you can immerse yourself in on the 26th of January. From APJ Abdul Kalam and Tagore to Romila Thapar and Aatish Taseer, these essays and books will get you thinking about the...

  Suffering from the ‘so many books and so little time’ syndrome? Here are 5 books that you can spend your lazy winter afternoons with. Dragon Aunty Returns by Debeshi Gooptu  A Bengali woman meets a Punjabi mirchi in a swanky residential complex of Gurgaon. Mrinalini can’t tolerate the boisterous Punjabi...

Our focus at Juggernaut has been to give you our high-quality catalogue at steep savings that feel like a steal. After speaking to a lot of our readers, conducting surveys, and understanding their preferences, we are introducing three basic plans for 6 months as well as annual payment options. You can now read...

Life in 2020 has truly become stranger than fiction. So if you’re having a hard time finding a book to read and committing to it – we might have some good news for you. We’re starting a Silent Book Club! What is a Silent Book Club: Every Saturday – we’ll have an hour-long author-led silent reading session. New authors...

Life in 2020 has truly become stranger than fiction. So if you’re having a hard time finding a book to read and committing to it – we might have some good news for you. We’re starting a Silent Book Club! What is a Silent Book Club: Every Saturday – we’ll have an hour-long author-led silent reading session. New authors...

Life in 2020 has truly become stranger than fiction. So if you’re having a hard time finding a book to read and committing to it – we might have some good news for you. We’re starting a Silent Book Club! What is a Silent Book Club: Every Saturday – we’ll have an hour-long author-led silent reading session on Zoom calls....

Life in 2020 has truly become stranger than fiction. So if you’re having a hard time finding a book to read and committing to it – we might have some good news for you. We’re starting a Silent Book Club! What is a Silent Book Club: Every Saturday (starting from 18th July) – we’ll have an hour-long author-led silent reading...

Abhijit V. Banerjee and Esther Duflo’s Poor Economics is a bible of sorts- to understand poverty, the psyche, and motivations of the extremely poor, and the power of Randomized Control Trials (RCTs) to assess anti-poverty programs. Their overall approach is Bottom of the Pyramid meets Freakonomics – ‘leave the...

Gitanjali Kolanad, the author of the literary masterpiece Girl Made of Gold, grew up partly in Canada and partly in Madras and Trivandrum. To get her away from the ‘corrupting influence’ of the West, Gitanjali’s parents took her to Kalakshetra when she was sixteen where she found her calling in Bharata Natyam....

Here are five easy tips by Rujuta Diwekar on How to Stay Fit and Healthy While you are at Home and Self-Isolating. Time Time is something that we always grudge, we either have too much of it or we just don’t seem to have enough of it. We have a lot of time right now so make sure you start doing five Surya...