Posts Tagged ‘Rajdeep Sardesai’

Born in 1973, Dravid grew up in an upper-middle-class home in Bengaluru. His father Sharad was a food scientist in Kissan, a popular brand making jams, squashes and ketchups (hence Dravid’s early nickname ‘Jammy’) and his mother Pushpa an art lecturer in a leading college. A double-income family living...

We’re very excited to have Airtel come on board as a strategic partner in Juggernaut’s journey. Over the next few weeks we will detail out how we can add value to Airtel’s customer base and how we can benefit from their scale? As we go into those discussions, some early thoughts: Build a case for reading and...

I never made it to Mangalore Rajdeep Sardesai In early August, Gauri Lankesh rang me up with a special request: “I am helping to organize an event in Mangalore for progressive Muslim writers, I am keen that you should attend.” I asked her a little more about the group, and why it was confined to Muslim writers....

Cricketers are celebrities that often get limited to the controversies and talk about the sports itself. But here, we give you a chance to know which Indian Cricket Team Captain you would relate to the most. Read Democracy’s XI by Rajdeep Sardesai to more about your heroes in detail and their commitment to the sport.

You know the Indian women’s cricket has made a major breakthrough when the man in a suit thrusts a business card, introduces himself, and says, “Hi, I am Smriti Mandhana’s business manager!” We are in the national capital at an India Today’s Mind Rocks event, a celebration of youth power. Lined up is a ‘star’...

Nandini Sundar is the author of The Burning Forest: The Indian Government has repeatedly described Maoist guerrillas as ‘the biggest security threat to the country’ and Bastar as their headquarters. This book chronicles how the armed conflict between the government and the Maoists has devastated the lives of some of...

From a formidable political biography to an in-depth investigation into how business is done in Lutyens' Delhi, here are Rajdeep Sardesai's favourite books

Sayantan Ghosh, editor by day and writer by night, chooses the 5 books he would read on Juggernaut

Read an exclusive excerpt from The Nawab of the Republic, Rajdeep Sardesai's biography of Mansur Ali Khan 'Tiger' Pataudi.

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