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Growing Out Of The Cocoon

Greetings. I’d never have imagined that my book—and especially one written in my mother tongue—would be launched in the capital city of India. I have mixed feelings on this occasion. I cannot but be unhappy about the circumstances that occasioned this. However, I cannot turn my back in sadness. During the nightmarish time when my […]

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Cricket, Current Affairs, Fitness, Indian Culture, Penguin Random House, Penguin Random House India, Random House, Random House India

Desh Gaurav Sekhri on Delhi Daredevils

In what has been the most unlikely turnaround this season, the Delhi Daredevils (“DD”) have gone from perennial underachievers to quietly confident front-runners. Starting the season in expected fashion with a trouncing at the hands of the Kolkata Knight Riders, DD have since turned it around, and how. Since their opener, the DD have lost […]

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Biography, Global Issues, History, Indian Culture, Indian Literature, Penguin Random House India, Random House India, Spring Fever 2016

Incarnations: India in 50 Lives – Day 2 at Spring Fever 2016 with Sunil Khilnani

March 16, 2016. The slight breeze at the beautiful, open premises of India Habitat Centre, New Delhi was neither too warm nor too chilly – it was pleasant enough to entice folks to Come Out and Read at the annual Penguin Random House Spring Fever. Spring Fever, a festival of – and for – book […]

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The Challenge of Contemporary History – Day of 1 Spring Fever 2016 with Ramachandra Guha

It’s that time of the year when book lovers from all over the country have thronged to the India Habitat Centre in Delhi for the annual Penguin Random House Spring Fever. The fans appear giddy with excitement as they browse through the books from among 5,000 titles published by Penguin and Random House. As in […]

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