Posts Tagged ‘Juggernaut’

Proteem Bhaduri spends most days translating brand stories into live experiences, and generally thrashing about in the choppy waters of experiential marketing. When he’s not at his day job, he can be found dabbling in cooking, reading – preferably dark fiction – and writing. Several of his short-stories and poems...

जगरनॉट बुक्स अब अपने ऐप पर हिंदी के लोकप्रिय और बेस्टसेलिंग जासूसी उपन्यासकार सुरेन्द्र मोहन पाठक की चुनिंदा किताबें ला...

अपनी किताब के शीर्षक  “मुन्तशिर ” के बारे में कुछ बताएं, इस शीर्षक को चुनने की क्या वजह थी ? मुन्तशिर का मतलब होता है बिखरा...

HarperCollins, one of the world’s leading publishers, will make their extensive list of titles from across the world available on the Juggernaut app. Their Indian authors include Amitav Ghosh, Jhumpa Lahiri, Nikita Singh, Raghuram Rajan, Anuja Chauhan and Aravind Adiga, while their international list includes Agatha...

Juggernaut is proud to announce an association with Youth Ki Awaaz for exclusive digital originals. Ranging across different important issues – from examining different aspects of gender sensitivity, to creating a serious conversation around depression and mental health, even an investigation into the seedy...

A postgraduate in media studies from Symbiosis University, Pune, Prateek continues to learn and work in the crafts of screenwriting and literary prose. His work was shortlisted in Mumbai Mantra Cinerise Fellowship (2015) and was among the top five finalists in Recyclewala Story Search Competition (2016). You can read...

At Juggernaut, we take feedback quite seriously. We believe that customer feedback is the cornerstone of every product and as we work towards producing some of the most exciting and engaging content, we must build a product that supports readers. Since the day we launched in April 2016, we have attempted to bring two...

We’re so ready for 2018! Are you?

We’re excited with our new product release and here is what you can expect from it. See more content when you open the app We have optimised the discover screens, carousel image sizes and overall layout so that you can see more when you open the app. With every scroll you see more content. It’s a fine balance...

I didn’t have many friends when I was growing up. I probably didn’t feel the need to put myself out there and build relationships other than the ones I already had. I had three elder sisters, and we were very close. Sisters (most of the time) tend to become your first close friends. But, I won’t dismiss the fact...