Wednesday, 5 October, 2022

Topic: Harpercollins

New book looks at rebellion by ‘enslaved’ villagers who founded UP’s Azad Nagar in 2000

Published by HarperCollins India, ‘The Story of a 21st-Century Slave Revolt’ by Laura T. Murphy will be released on 23 April on Softcover.

New book dives deep into lesser known and controversial history of Article 21

Published by HarperCollins India, Rohan J. Alva’s ‘Liberty after Freedom’ will be released on 12 March on ThePrint’s SoftCover.

From cotton trader’s dream to empire, new book chronicles the rise of Ambuja Cement

Published by HarperCollins India, ‘The Ambuja Story’ by Narotam Sekhsaria will be released on 29 January on SoftCover, ThePrint’s venture to launch select non-fiction books.

Bollywood can’t write books? See how Kareena, Sonu Sood are archiving history and selling

In 2021, Priyanka Chopra, Kabir Bedi, Neena Gupta published their books. They're bestsellers for better reasons than one.

New book explores how climate change affects people’s homes, lives and livelihoods

Published by HarperCollins India, ‘Race For Tomorrow’ by Simon Mundy will be released on 13 December on ThePrint’s Softcover. 

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File photo of Chinese military band on Palace Square | Wikimedia Commons

No traditional deterrence—PLA has its own agenda at Ladakh. Deter, compel, make India accept

The Chinese term for deterrence differs from the English term in International Relations literature. China combines deterrence and compellence strategies.

Indian refiners scout for oil deals ahead of EU ban on Russian crude imports

European Union ban on Russian crude imports from 5 Dec will drive European refiners to buy more Middle East oil, putting them in competition with Asian buyers.


IAF chief Air Chief Marshal V. R. Chaudhari with Defence Minister Rajnath Singh | Twitter/ @IAF_MCC

Need organisation structure best suited to Indian conditions, IAF on theatre commands

The IAF chief said the model of integration that India adopts must be future-ready, must reduce levels of decision-making, and capitalise on the strength of all three services.

India’s hijab supporters will lose even if they win SC battle. Because the real war is political

In a highly polarised time, cornered minorities tend to lean back and protect the roots and fundamentals of what is so dear to them. Politically, it can often be a bad trap.