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Book Review: ‘In Your Blood I Run’ by Sonia Bhatnagar

Set in Simla, British India, in 1936, Sonia Bhatnagar's debut novel, "In Your Blood I Run," weaves a captivating tale of love, loyalty, and betrayal amidst India's struggle for independence.

HarperCollins India to Publish Ruskin Bond’s ‘The Golden Years’ on his...

Why do people retire at all? Why does that number ‘60’ fill them with apprehension? Why do they feel it ends the active period of their lives? It is just the opposite, in fact. We have, hopefully, learnt from all the mistakes of our youth and middle age; we have acquired maturity, if not great wisdom.

Book Review: ‘Just Aspire’ by Ajai Chowdhry

“Just Aspire" is a motivational book that focuses on the importance of having a positive mindset, setting goals, and taking action to achieve them. This book talks about the journey of a small-town boy (Ajai) who turned into a CEO of a global company.

Book Review: ‘Unframed: Discovering Image Practices in South Asia’ by Rahaab...

Overall, "Unframed: Discovering Image Practices in South Asia" examines emerging themes, testimonies, and socio-cultural changes in South Asian visual societies through important texts.

Prerna Gill’s ‘Meanwhile’ Captivates Audience at HarperCollins India Book Launch Event

The launch of Prerna Gill's book Meanwhile, a collection of 59 poems, was celebrated by HarperCollins India at The Claridges Hotel in New Delhi. Prerna Gill, an author, and editor have had her poetry published in The Sahitya Akademi Journal, Indian Quarterly, and Gulzar's esteemed poetry anthology, A Poem A Day!

Book Review: Meanwhile: Poems by Prerna Gill

Prerna Gill’s book Meanwhile is a collection of heart-touching, soothing, and soulful poems. If you love poetry and can relate to it, Prerna Gill’s Meanwhile is surely a pick you won’t regret!