Category: Non-Fiction

Grab The Power of Opportunity: Your Roadmap to Success

Editor | Non-fiction Opportunities are free, abundant, and available to all – including you. Better yet, golden opportunities are like powerful magnets that attract all the resources you need to succeed. People who started with nothing, like Dhirubhai Ambani, Steve Jobs, Jeff Bezos, Sunil Mittal and Bill Gates, all leveraged the power of golden opportunities

In which Rajesh Srivastava explains The New Rules of Business

Editor | Business The New Rules of Business by Rajesh Srivastava introduces the reader to sixteen curated “new rules” for doing business. Each new rule is explained through examples drawn from Rajesh’s own career and from well-run companies in India and across the world. It is written in a storytelling format and is an easy

52 Red Pills: A New-Age Playbook to Become Healthy, Wealthy and Wise

Editor | Wellness What happens when a corporate couple decides to bring their minds and efforts together to share their hyperlearning journey with the world? They embark on a magnificent adventure to distil ideas around leading more productive and healthier lives. This journey – which started as a couple’s conversation on New Years’ Eve of

Rethinking India series begins with Vision for a Nation, edited by Ashis Nandy and Aakash Singh Rathore

Editor | Non-fiction This inaugural volume in the series titled Rethinking India aims to kickstart a national dialogue on the key questions of our times. It brings together India’s foremost intellectuals, academics, activists, technocrats, professionals and policymakers to offer an in-depth exploration of these issues, deriving from their long-standing work, experience and unflinching commitment to

Book Review | Muslims need to urgently evolve a new ideology of peace, pluralism and gender justice, says Hasan Suroor in Who Killed Liberal Islam

By John Cheeran Nobody killed liberal Islam, because it wasn’t there in the first place. In a timely, provocative and well-argued book, Who Killed Liberal Islam (Published by Rupa, Rs 595), senior journalist Hasan Suroor reaffirms that Islam does not offer space for liberalism. Suroor says that a liberal Indian Muslim is, indeed, a rarity,