In calling up bankers four or five rungs junior to him, opening up the executive dining room and sharing credit, Sandeep Bakhshi marks a departure from the usual in many ways.
Don't think of new resolutions every year. Leadership coach Robin Sharma presents an alternative.
The call for stories for the collection went out in 2019. Then the pandemic hit, and marked the book in many ways.
At a recent launch of his new book series 'Unstoppable Us', the Israeli historian, professor and author, who's in India for Vipassana, said the purpose of learning history is to liberate ourselves from our fears, illusions and miseries.
The list of Pakistani individuals Akram had issues with is long, exhaustive and indicative of the kind of forces in play in Pakistan cricket. 'Sultan' is compelling, honest, mostly frank, and leaves you wanting for more.
Deepti Kapoor’s 'Age of Vice' is an ambitious if sprawling thriller that portrays unpleasant Indian realities with verve.
The former journalist’s new thriller set in Delhi is also being turned into a digital series.
In a year when people seem extremely wedded to their opinions, great non-fiction still has the power to persuade.
Some books are for the ages.
The book underlines the fact that the workplace is not only a place to get things done, it thrives on relationships, mutual respect and kindness.
An imaginary report on a utopian 2022 in the world of books and reading.
From Siddhartha Mukherjee's The Song of the Cell to Bitter-Sweet by Susan Cain, essential reading on health and wellness.
From several first-ever English translations to the anthology of stories on friendship and short stories on maladies, here’s a list of an eclectic blend of the most-anticipated titles of 2023.
The author is even-handed but not starry-eyed. Particularly chilling are her accounts of the “punitive” raids against the indigenous people, expeditions even dissenters were expected to join.
Tata Trusts' Poornima Dore and IIT Bombay Economics Professor K. Narayanan on why businesses pick one region over another, and specialization vs diversification as growth strategy for a region.
Check out Barack Obama's diverse list for some reading recommendations.
"From a business point of view, one of the biggest traps is resting on your winning formula. You have to disrupt yourself."
This biography of Kishore Kumar is many things in one: It is a work of exhaustive scholarship, a dizzying mass of trivia, and of course, a labour of love.
Being alert to the elements that go into writing a book makes the experience of reading even more pleasurable.
Aliesa Ganieva’s satirical novel portrays how authoritarian regimes win consent, and the corruption that follows in its wake.
French writer Dominique Lapierre, who was celebrated for his novels about the World War II struggle to liberate Paris and depicting a life of hardship in a Kolkata slum, died on December 4 at the age of 91. Born on July 30, 1931, in Chatelaillon, Lapierre has sold about 50 million copies of the six books he wrote in collaboration with the American writer Larry Collins — the most famous being Is Paris Burning?
The celebrated author, 75, lost his vision in one eye and the use of one hand after he was attacked in New York in August.
South India’s resentment for northern states comes from losing control over resources due to population divergence and centralised government, as evinced in Nilakantan RS' new book 'South vs North: India’s Great Divide'.
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