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क्या आप जानते हैं कि एक भारतीय रोजाना औसत 155 मिनट मोबाइल ऐप्स पर बिताता है? सोशल मीडिया के अलावा गेम्स और खबरों के ऐप्स सबसे...

एप लॉंच के पहले महीने में पूरे एकमाह बेहतरीन लेखकों की 200 सेअधिक किताबें आप मुफ्त में पढ़ सकतेहैं।

The night the Emergency was declared, all opposition leaders were arrested by 3 am. Power to newspaper offices was cut before midnight.

  Every consumer internet product faces this daily challenge – how do we get our users to the products (books in our case) they might want in an app, but don’t know about. We therefore segment you, to send you emailers and notifications. Some of it is deal-based and some of it is behavioural. In our haste, we often miss...

We’re thrilled to announce that Juggernaut Books will publish Sourav Ganguly’s first-ever book, A Century Is Not Enough  To most, Sourav’s life and career has embodied success and achievement – his debut century at Lord’s, transforming the Indian team under his captaincy, breaking Australia’s unbeaten...

  That Friday night, my Twitter feed was abuzz with Kanhaiya Kumar — he was everywhere, and the electrifying speech he had given in JNU after his release on bail kept being retweeted and watched again and again. I could not stop thinking about it, and immediately called up a colleague who knew him, and another friend,...

  We’re thrilled to announce that we will be publishing Kanhaiya Kumar’s memoir From Bihar to Tihar which will tell  the story of Kanhaiya’s incredible journey from a village school, his deepening involvement in student politics, his controversial arrest on charges of sedition and its aftermath. Hailing from a...

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...

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

Now for the first time in India