The current lockdown limbo brings to mind a sentence from Antonio Gramsci’s Prison Notebooks: “The crisis consists precisely in the fact that the old is dying and the new cannot be born; in this interregnum, a great variety of morbid symptoms appear.”
April 23 was chosen as it is a symbolic date for world literature. It is on this date in 1616 that Cervantes, Shakespeare and Inca Garcilaso de la Vega all died
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Here is the dystopian binge list with five great films on disease outbreaks and five great books on pandemics you can watch and read during lockdown.
After its disheartening sales record earlier this week, Robert Sansom, who has worked at the store for the past 13 years, took to Twitter to share a picture of the empty bookstore, which went viral.
Here is a list of fiction and non-fiction titles from last year as recommended by Gautam Padmanabhan, CEO of Westland Publications that are engrossing, entertaining and insightful reads.
Journalists on the trail of the Panama Papers scandal mistook a Gulf-based businessman named Ratan Tata for the Indian industrialist.
Newspaper stalls and vendors are an important cog in the newspaper industry, but they have never been able to reap benefits from the existence of an independent and sustainable media ecosystem
As a thumb rule, take any loan only when you can easily repay it. So, for instance, thumb rules (its getting repeated) suggest that car loan EMIs should not exceed 15 percent of the net monthly income and personal loan EMIs should not exceed 10 percent.
In 'What the Economy Needs Now', prominent economists have said that while India has performed creditably in the last twenty-five years across different administrations, there is no room for complacency given our economic challenges. They are mounting.
While Unilever is highly process-oriented and goal-driven, reveals the author, while Tata Sons is very Indian and highly relationship-oriented.
Read on to know more about what we read in 2018.
Flipkart had entered the online bookseller business at the same time as its arch-rival Amazon, back in 2007.
On an average, Indians spend more than 10 hours a week reading, according to NOP World Culture Score Index.
This weeks startup idea is about establishing a crowdfunding platform for budding authors to crowdfund their books
Sanjay Rishi, Regional President at American Express loves unwinding over the weekends. His two passions been playing golf and reading books. Watch accompanying videos to know how American Express rediscovered itself post Lehman Crisis.
On 17th Oct 2015, Disha, a leading publisher of print and digital content & learning solutions, emerged as one of the best performing ...
Rohan Murthy is quietly building the Murthy classical library of India and attempt to share the treasure trove of Indian works in readable English to a modern India.
Founded in 2011 Jagdish Repaswal‘s innovation MangoReader makes reading books an engaging and entertaining experience with interactive animations, videos, music and even a dictionary.
Books and movies have immortalised Kolkata, a city quite often dubbed the intellectual capital. The birthplace of modern literary and artistic thought â€“ Kolkata offers its visitors and lovers, charm and intellect.
Mobile handset maker Nokia, cellular services company Vodafone, online retailer Flipkart and WhatsApp messenger for smartphones figure among the top brands in consumer rankings published by Nielsen India on Wednesday.
People turned to the Internet to buy everything from diapers to books, houses and even groceries this year, pushing e-commerce revenues in the country to USD 14 billion with the possibility of even higher earnings in 2013.
Author Jennifer Gilmore is reading a biography of the late David Foster Wallace. She's curious about his most famous book...
Books banned in China have been flying off the shelves in Hong Kong in the run-up to China's leadership transition as mainland people seek insight into the decision makers who will run their country and the rivals who have fallen out of favour.