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Pakistan is in the Eye of the Beholder – Day 3 At Spring Fever 2016

If the first two days at the Penguin Random House Spring Fever 2016 witnessed fantastic monologues by Ramachandra Guha and Sunil Khilnani, followed by a dynamic session of questions and answers, Day 3 at the open-air festival saw five highly opinionated achievers taking to the stage. Spring Fever Brings More Richness – And A Surprise! […]

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Bhishma, the Ultimate Resource for Business and Politics

Among the myriad players in the great epic, The Mahabharata, two characters stand out prominently towering over the rest. Bhishma, the scion who renounces his right to the kingdom to enable his father to marry a woman of his choice, dominates the entire epic spanning over five generations. In the earlier phase, he plays the […]

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KICKASS FACTS ABOUT AUTHORS BORN IN NOVEMBER

“Winter is coming.” The ‘Game of Thrones’ fans at Random House India would not allow a blog about winter to get published without the aforementioned lines! With the temperature dropping each day and the nights getting longer, how amazing is it to cozy up and read your favourite book? This month’s edition of ‘Kickass facts about […]

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10 great authors who were rejected by publishers

Dr. Seuss Everyone’s favorite children’s author, Dr. Seuss Is a testament to how important luck is to success. His first book ‘And To Think That I Saw It On Mulberry Street’ was rejected a whopping 27 times before being published. CS Lewis When you browse the World Wide Web for CS Lewis, one of the […]

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How to become a better writer

We all have a story to tell, or so they say. The problem is, for most people, getting your story out to the world. While only a fortunate few become bestselling authors earning millions of dollars a year from their writing, it is not impossible to enjoy success as a published writer in many other ways. Your dreams […]

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Inspiring quotes by great authors!

Sometimes in life, we feel unsure about ourselves. As the artists of our lives, we’re not too confident about our masterpieces. This is the time when most of us are unsure of the future, or for that matter the present. We start losing grip of things, and feel a lack of direction. So, what is the […]

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