Month: July 2019

Harry Potter Book Night returns for a sixth year on February 6, 2020

By A Correspondent Bloomsbury Children’s Books has announced The Triwizard Tournament as the theme for Harry Potter Book Night 2020. Make a date in your diary as Harry Potter Book Night returns for a sixth year on Thursday 6th February 2020. The Triwizard Tournament is a breathtaking and pivotal event in the Harry Potter journey.

Flyaway Boy, a must-read for children

Editor | Children’s Books Kabir doesn’t fit in. Not in the wintry hill town he lives in, and not in his school, where the lines are always straight. Backed into a corner with no way out, Kabir vanishes. With every adult’s nightmare now coming true, finding this flyaway boy will mean understanding who he really

Burnout: Beat fatigue to thrive in an overworked world

Editor | Wellness Do you feel like you never have enough time or energy to get things done? Are you stressed and exhausted just thinking about work? Are you getting to the point where you dread Monday mornings? These are some of the tell-tale signs of burnout which, if not addressed, can wreck careers and

Unstoppable: Kuldip Singh Dhingra and The Rise of Berger Paints

Editor |Business The journey of KS Dhingra is nothing short of extraordinary. He lost his father at an early stage and worked in a small shop in Amritsar that sold paints. Starting from there, KS Dhingra established Berger – India’s second largest paints company and became one of the richest people in India. Their journey

In Bridgital Nation: Solving Technology’s People Problem, TCS chairman Chandrasekaran explores ways to transform India

A Correspondent New Delhi: Penguin Random House India has announced the forthcoming publication of a ground-breaking book by one of India’s leading business leaders and change-makers, Natarajan Chandrasekaran, Chairman, Tata Sons. Titled Bridgital Nation: Solving Technology’s People Problem, this book has been co-authored by Roopa Purushothaman, Chief Economist and Head of Policy Advocacy, Tata Sons.

Plastic Emotions, the life of Minette de Silva

Editor | Non-fiction Plastic Emotions is inspired by the life of Minette de Silva—a forgotten feminist icon and one of the most important figures of twentieth-century architecture. In a gripping and lyrical story, Shiromi Pinto paints a complex picture of de Silva, charting her affair with the infamous Swiss modernist Le Corbusier and her efforts

Why Digital Transformations Fail, asks Tony Saldanha

Editor | Non-fiction Former Procter & Gamble Vice President for IT and Shared Services, Tony Saldanha gives you the keys to a successful digital transformation: a proven five stage model and a disciplined process for executing it. Digital transformation is more important than ever now that we’re in the Fourth Industrial Revolution, where the lines