Posts Tagged ‘non-fiction’

This is an excerpt from Sagarika Ghose’s book ‘Indira: India’s Most Powerful Prime Minister’ published by Juggernaut in 2018. Sagarika Ghose is an award-winning journalist, news anchor, columnist and author. She is the author of two novels, ‘The Gin Drinkers’ and ‘Blind Faith’.   Between 1972 and the declaration...

Jaggi Vasudev, publicly known as Sadhguru is an Indian Yogi, philanthropist, spiritual, religious leader, and an author. He has captured the mind of many by his wise, unique, and insightful take on modern relationships. Here are five quotes of his that might just help you navigate your relationship better!   “If...

Diksha was eight years old when she lost her father, a soldier, in the Kargil War. Major Dwivedi would write many loving letters to his family when he was on duty. Diksha and her sister Neha would read and re-read those letters as a way to remember him. Three years ago, she decided to collect other such letters that...

Karunanidhi, or ‘Kaliagnar’ as was hailed by his followers, was one of India’s most powerful Chief Ministers. Read on to know why he was one of the greatest statesmen India has ever seen –  The DMK chief was just 14 when he entered politics and was the leader of the DMK for over 40 years. He was five times chief...

Tony Joseph, author of Early Indians, gave a super enlightening #ReadInstead Lit fest Masterclass on ‘Who Are Our Ancestors, And Where We Came From’. His book Early Indians has won several awards like Atta Galatta Bangalore Lit fest Award for Best Non-Fiction Book 2019, the TATA Lit Live! Book of the Year Award...

For today’s #ReadInstead Lit Fest session, we had Nobel laureates Abhijit Banerjee and Esther Duflo have a super intriguing conversation about the potential effects of Covid-19 on the world economy. Click here to watch their session. Their book Good Economics for Hard Times is one of the most relevant books to pick...

Part 2: The Print Business Last week we presented a report on how we were doing on the app side. If I had to summarise what we said, it would be that we were laying the foundations of growth and that we were beginning to make the rules our way. This is a work-in-progress with some exciting developments, some great...