Frankfurt Book Fair : An event that brings together the perspectives of trade, academic and education publishers with those of technology providers… That’s where the significance of this book fair comes into play for the publications like us. And that’s how people in business like me don’t stop talking about it. And the fact that… (0 comment)

I’ve always expressed my love for travelling and I never stop myself from talking about it. So, lately I’ve been browsing a lot on my Blackberry and I got many a cool app related to travelling. And by ‘cool’ I mean ‘way too cool’. I’m sure you’ll agree once you finish reading it. I’m going… (0 comment)

So, the latest news that’s doing the rounds in the publishing arena is about the Man Booker Prize. I’m sure that many of you are aware what this Man Booker Prize is. But those who have no idea, it is a literary prize awarded every year for the best original full-length novel, written in the… (0 comment)

Publisher-Author: Talk about the publishing world and this shines out as the ultimate relation. Actually, it is responsible for everything else that matters then, be it the flow of the content and ideas, the buying and selling deals or the popularity that comes along. I might miss out on some other features, but this relationship… (0 comment)

Reading is bliss. No doubt! But the percentage of the ‘reader’ in oneself varies from person to person. Yes, I know we can’t measure it by a tool or something. But we can always judge how intense a reader you are. And as we are talking about the degree of passion you have about reading,… (0 comment)

Currently, the status of Hindi language in literature is as unpromising as it can ever be. Blame it on our modernity or the importance that we give to English language, Hindi literature is in its worst phase. Here’s a little proof if you want… How many of you have heard these names? Sumitranandan Pant, Harivansh… (0 comment)

Comparing books with e-books would be like comparing Shahrukh Khan with Ranbir Kapoor. One is a legend and the other heartthrob of millions. It’s like drawing lines between two different generations. Nothing can substitute the redolence and texture of pages, the feel of print and the pleasure of running your hands over the embossed book… (1 comment)

‘Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong.’ That’s what Murphy’s law says. And as negative as it sounds, if you’re an optimist at heart ,you can still draw positivity from this line. How? That’s a million dollar question; and once you crack it, half the battle is won. It all depends on how you… (0 comment)