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08-Feb-2020

36Linhas launches graphic novel Metropolis

The collection of graphic novels was created to honor the great classic films, which are now in the public domain. Many are unaware or have heard or seen at some point and marked. This collection privileges the narrative of each film, ensuring the highest...

19-Jan-2020 Ludhiana

Prof Gurbhajan Gill’s Book “Mann Pardesi” Released

Noted Punjabi poet Prof Gurbhajan Gill’s ghazal book titled “Mann Pardesi” was released by Dr SS Johl, noted economist and chancellor, Central University of Punjab, during a function held at Punjabi Bhawan, here last evening.On this occasion, Punjabi Sahit...

18-Jan-2020 Ahmedabad

Easy to get English meaning of Gujarat Verbs

On 18th January, 2020 at Kushabhau Thakre Hall, CTM organized a special award ceremony named “Shikhanvid Gaurav Sanman”. On the function a book titled “Verbs : Gujarati-English” prepared by a research scholar, Shri Kumarpal Parmar been launched by Gujarati...

13-Dec-2019 Chandigarh

Book ‘Four Battlefronts of a Military Hero’ released at MLF

A book titled Four Battlefronts of a Military Hero authored by Colonel Surjan Singh Randhawa was released at the first day of the Military Literature Festival. The book was released by the diginitories present on the dias Lt. Gen. HPS Kler, Mr. Dinesh...

10-Nov-2019 Patiala

Dr. Jaswant Singh Puri presented his book to Dr. Deepak Vohra

Dr.Jaswant Singh Puri,Recipient of Doctor of Letters(Honoris Causa) and Punjab Rattan presented  the copy of his World Acclaimed Book titled,’’RISE AND DECLINE OF THE MUGHAL EMPIRE’’ to Dr.Deepak Vohra ,Special Advisor to the Prime Ministers of India,Lesotho...

09-Oct-2019 Jammu

VCJU releases Dr. Shubhnandan S. Jamwal’s Book on JAVA 9

Prof. Manoj Dhar, Vice Chancellor of the University of Jammu, today released the book of Computer Science entitled “Java 9” authored by the Dr. Shubhnandan S. Jamwal of the  Department of Computer Science and IT, University of Jammu. The book has been...

07-Sep-2019 Patiala

Review Of The Book ‘Rise And Decline Of The Mughal Empire’

Dr. Jaswant Singh Puri, Doctor of letters (Honoris Causa) is not a new name in the realm of journalism and attempting new themes and subjects. His recently entitled book ‘Rise and Decline of the Mughal Empire’ is in fact a mini-book but comprises the description...

30-Jul-2019 New Delhi

Indians in Britain relive partition with pain

Hitherto, the thousands of Indians who had migrated to Britain in the wake of the partition of the sub-continent had lived in silence, perhaps wanting to bury the ghosts of the past as they sought to make a new life. Two years ago, award-winning journalist and...

29-Jul-2019

It was a man-made disaster that drowned Chennai

Writer and editor Krupa Ge spent over three years, from December 2015 to May 2019, talking to victims and volunteers of the devastating 2015 Chennai floods that drowned the city, causing chaos, death, destruction and unprecedented heartbreak. And she came to...

25-Jul-2019 New Delhi

Ranbaxy Why cutting corners didn't work

American investigative journalist Katherine Eban pored over roughly 20,000 internal documents from the US FDA, including emails, memorandums, minutes of meetings and thousands of internal government records, as also replies under the Freedom of Information Act,...

02-Jul-2019

Gun Island: Magic of the Bonduki story

Journeys to distant lands, migration and ancient connections between civilisations are recurring themes in Amitav Ghosh's books. His latest offering, "" is a story of travel and migrations, overlaid with myth and folktales, and the deepening crisis of climate...

28-Jun-2019 New Delhi

Naradmunis or Gaslighters - both are equally obnoxious

In large parts of India, they are termed Naradmunis - known for whipping up tensions among people by spicing up facts. In the West, they are termed Gaslighters - "master controllers and manipulators, often challenging your very sense of reality"."You know...

26-Jun-2019 New Delhi

What if Gandhi had lived, asks Manu Pillai

Mahatma Gandhi had expressed the opinion that a human life could span 125 years and that he would quite like to live that long. "If he had his way, he would have departed not in 1948 but around 1994," best-selling author Manu S. Pillai writes in his latest book,...

18-Jun-2019 New Delhi

Dalrymple's book on East India Company launches in Sept

Bestselling historian and author William Dalrymple's latest book "The Anarchy", based on the rise of the East India Company, will release on September 10, publisher Bloomsbury announced on Tuesday.Calling it his "most ambitious and riveting book to date", Bloomsbury...

28-May-2019 Mumbai

Book on Swami Vivekananda to get screen adaptation

"The Modern Monk", a book about Swami Vivekananada's relevance to present-day life and times, is set to be made into a film.Film producer Sunil Bohra has bought the rights of the book, penned by Hindol Sengupta and published by Penguin Random House India."India...

10-May-2019 New Delhi

Of transformation, Buddhist monks and Kaifi Azmi

This weekend, go through the fictional story of a woman with unexpected inheritances and the transformation that ensued; travel with a Buddhist monk who decided to venture out of his comfortable monkhood; and finally in the 100th year of Kaifi Azmis birth,...

08-May-2019 New Delhi

‘Hannibal' author's 6th thriller to release soon

The creator of the widely-familiar fictional character Hannibal Lecter, which featured in the Oscar-winning "Silence of the Lambs", has penned another thriller book "Cari Mora" with a female protagonist which is set to hit the stores next week.This will...

02-May-2019 Shimla

Book on Modi not a biopic: Himachal varsity VC

Vice-Chancellor of the Central University of Himachal Pradesh Kuldeep Chand Agnihotri has been caught in a row over his book on Prime Minister Narendra Modi.The 128-page book in Hindi named "Bharat Bodh ka Sangharsh: 2019 ka Mahasamar", available at a book fair in Dharamsala,...

02-May-2019 Ludhiana

2nd Edition Of Prof Gurbhajan Gill's Book "Raavi" Released Today

The 2nd edition of Punjabi poet Prof Gurbhajan Gill's book titled "Raavi" was released during a function held at Gujranwala Guru Nanak Khalsa College, here today. This function was organised by the post graduate Punjabi department of Gujranwala Guru Nanak...

19-Apr-2019 New Delhi

A weekend of unusual journeys

This weekend, journey into the innermost chambers of the diary and mind of renowned Indian poet-scholar A K Ramanujan; Hop onto a train - or eighty - that take you around the world; And finally, begin the 100-day sojourn to a healthier and well-exercised...

12-Apr-2019 New Delhi

Three books to read this election season

Update your knowledge of India's elections and democratic system with these books on the dynamics of successful campaigning; There are also 9 landmark judgements that advance the Constitution's principles of liberty, equality, fraternity; And finally a history...

29-Mar-2019 New Delhi

Guides for sustained performance, innovation and a balanced lifestyle

Is growth based on talent? Think again with a book that claims talent is overrated; Learn how organisations can build innovation into their DNA to avoid dying a slow death; And finally, find out how healthy, holistic living is the key to weight-loss and...

29-Mar-2019 New Delhi

Now, Hindi innings for French bestseller Asterix comics

Launched in 1959, the French comic classic 'Asterix' boasts having sold an unmatched 370 million copies in more than 100 languages. After capturing the global comics market, the series is now available for Hindi readers - after five years of painstaking translation.The...

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