Posts Tagged ‘books’

If you, or your loved ones, have a mental health-related issue, you’d know that dealing with it is a full-time task. The myths and stigma around the issue does not help. But, thankfully, there are a lot of books you can read to understand and cope with the issues. Here are our top recommendations: Keep Calm and Mommy...

It’s amusing how easily accessible smoking rooms are in the world, isn’t it? Law had made sure that when one gets an uncontrollable urge to light a cigarette, one wouldn’t have to wait for too long to enjoy the puffs in peace. Imagine if all those smoking chambers were replaced with reading rooms! It’s a...

Ever had a bad day and asked yourself what’d make you feel better? We might have a cure for you! Six people tell us what books make them smile, and why. The titles are making us look forward to updating our to-read list. Here are the best ones: If It’s Monday It Must Be Madurai: A Conducted Tour of India by...

Gone are the days when people judged and banned books for their sexual content. In the post Fifty Shades of Grey world that we live in, nothing is off the table. So, if you, like many of us, like to indulge in some erotica, here’s a list of books you should definitely not miss: The Story of O by Pauline Réage/Anne...

If you’ve ever taken the Metro in New Delhi, you probably know that to make your commute smooth, you need a distraction. While most people prefer to use their smartphones, a Delhi-based couple is attempting to change that. Writer Shruti Sharma and her husband Tarun Chauhan are leaving book all over the city’s...

Before you even object to how we know nothing about your kind of writing, give us a chance. Tell us your favourite books from each genre and we’ll tell you what writing profession suits you the best.

Juggernaut is pleased to announce that our readers can now read books from Speaking Tiger, an Indian book publishing and distribution company based in Delhi. Juggernaut users can now read books like The Adivasi Will Not Dance, Unforeseen Desires, and Half-Open Windows. Talking about the partnership, Chiki Sarkar,...

For someone whose brain has been foddered by thrillers since it began to take interest in reading, writing a list of the top ten thrillers is as pleasurable as it is difficult. It makes me feel nostalgic of all those sleepless nights I spent turning pages, skipping meals and encounters with the outside world. And...

In the light of the celebrating our 70th Independence Day this year, we forgot that not only did freedom not come easy to us, but it wasn’t ever wholesome. The powers that be, censor and ban things and it is our responsibility as citizens of the biggest democracy to reach out to these mindful laws and get to the...

All writers dread their reviews, keeping their fingers crossed that they will be raves. But now there’s a new kind of review and a new kind of reviewer. They don’t read the book and they review not the book but the writer and his/her politics. Their victims are left-liberal writers, many of whom Juggernaut are...