When all else fails, take a vacation. Rightly said! And for me, it’s the thing that has always worked. The increasing stress, anxiety and the pressure of work sometimes play such a havoc that it can make you go crazy. Hence, the best thing is to take a break. For some, that break could be… (2 comments)

Being in the publishing business for so long, I think I’m expected to suggest nice reads to people. Though I’m not much of reader, there are a few works that I really like. Catch 21: First in the lot is ‘Catch 21’. Written by American author, Joseph Heller, it’s a satirical novel that is set… (0 comment)

Online shopping has become an important phenomenon in the recent years. The credit simply goes to the internet advancements and the change in the outlook of the people. Well, the latter has resulted from the former itself. With the advancement of technology and easy availability of internet, a considerably larger number of people have now… (1 comment)

A few days back, our capital saw Delhi University protest against the new course structure. For those of you who have no idea what I’m talking about, I’m giving you the background. A while back, Delhi University proposed the idea to change the course structure and course duration, and give it a thorough makeover. According… (0 comment)

There’s an old adage, “When in Rome, do as the Romans do”. The same applies to the workplace – “When in workplace, do as the professionals do”. And the most basic thing how you should go about it is to mind your lingo and use a few jargons. That in no way means changing it… (0 comment)

“Literature is strewn with the wreckage of men who have minded beyond reason the opinions of others.” – Virginia Woolf And what better place to witness such a clash of opinions than Jaipur Literature Festival! In its sixth year of completion, this literary mania drew a mixed spotlight yet again. Racing amidst varied controversies, it… (0 comment)

The unfortunate events that have happened in the recent times have attracted a lot of public attention towards the burning topic of women empowerment in India. It’s a little ironical that a country where women are given heavenly attributes of being ‘Devi’ or ‘Goddess’ is today facing a severe problem of safeguarding the same women… (0 comment)

English language, today, stands as the most concrete evidence of India’s colonial past. A language which was predominantly an elite code of conduct is now the most widely spoken language in India, after Hindi. Its secondary denomination, however, does not matter at all. What matters instead is the exhilarating speed at which this global, boundary-less… (0 comment)

Like India, its literature is also popular for its multiplicity of language, culture and talent. This vibrant hybrid has significantly contributed towards enriching the canvas of Indian literature. Works of international authors are slowly getting diverted towards India owing to their translation in many languages, and consequent rise in royalty. From all perspectives, literary awards… (0 comment)