Archive for: January, 2017

With these books, you can win every debate on demonetisation, GST or the Indian economy.

Sidin Vadukut on why he decided to write about a 24-year-old murder case involving a NRI family, drug dealers and police informants

Author Parvati Sharma revisited Jaipur after several years -- and found herself in the company of Bahadur Shah Zafar's ghazals. Read on:

An excerpt from Hind Swaraj, Mahatma Gandhi's short polemic on self-rule, Indian civilization, and how the English corrupted India.

Excerpts from an early interview of Jayalalithaa, just after she was removed from an AIADMK position

Kohinoor: The Story of the World’s Most Infamous Diamond – William Dalrymple & Anita Anand ‘Kohinoor’ is a scintillating history of the world’s most famous diamond. Tracing the bloody history of this ‘cursed’ diamond, William Dalrymple and Anita Anand weave an engaging narrative dispelling the many myths that surround this...

Juggernaut is proud to announce an association with The Hindu, one of India’s most respected dailies, for exclusive digital originals. Covering a wide range of topics from politics and economics to culture and science, these books promise to combine the best of reportage with sharp editorial insight. The...

  Why are educated young men and women from the West joining extremist organisations like ISIS? Why are we seeing the rise of aggressive right-wing politics in countries like India, Turkey, and USA, the expansion of Islamist terror, massacres in Western metropolises, wars in the Middle East? And in what way are these...

On Edgar Allan Poe's 208th birth anniversary, we decided to trawl through twitter and celebrate his sardonic take on life.

The world’s largest free literary festival is back! Kicking off on 19th January this year’s Jaipur Literature Festival promises to be bigger and better than ever. Five days of books, poetry and music. Sounds like bookworm heaven.  But when there is so much to do, read and listen to (often at the same time!) how do you...