Deadly Royal Recipe, Ranjit Lal ( Duckbill and Westland)

Deadly Royal Recipe, Ranjit Lal ( Duckbill and Westland)

When you put together an editor-cum-author (Anushka Ravishankar) and an author (Ranjit Lal) team together–who between them have nearly 50 books published–you get a crackling
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On content in publishing, March 2013

On content in publishing, March 2013

Last week my BusinessWorld column focussed on the importance of content. (http://www.jayabhattacharjirose.com/jaya/2013/03/26/the-economics-of-electronic-content-if-the-e-content-falters-or-is-under-par-it-will-not-translate-into-a-sustainable-business-model/) It discussed how education publishers are growing. Trade publishers too want a slice
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On plagiarism and Ankit Fadia

On plagiarism and Ankit Fadia

In February 2013, Charles Assisi, Executive Editor, Forbes India published an article about Ankit Fadia. Please read. http://http://forbesindia.com/article/beyond-business/ankit-fadia-revealed/34793/0 An extract. “For a very long time,
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On historical fiction ( My article published in HT’s Brunch, 9 March 2013)

On historical fiction ( My article published in HT’s Brunch, 9 March 2013)

http://www.hindustantimes.com/Brunch/Brunch-Stories/Once-Upon-A-Time-In-India/Article1-1023602.aspx Once upon a time in India Jaya Bhattacharji Rose, Hindustan Times March 09, 2013 First Published: 12:11 IST(9/3/2013) Last Updated: 19:27 IST(9/3/2013) 1860s London
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Year in Books 2013 (Article published in Asian Age, 6 Jan 2013)

Year in Books 2013 (Article published in Asian Age, 6 Jan 2013)

( http://archive.asianage.com/books/2013-year-books-575 ) 2012 was the year of memoirs, poetry, short story collections, books on cinema, long narratives (inevitably from the personal point of view)
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The Economics Of Electronic Content: If the e-content falters or is under-par, it will not translate into a sustainable business model

The Economics Of Electronic Content: If the e-content falters or is under-par, it will not translate into a sustainable business model

( “PubSpeak” My column on publishing in BusinessWorld online. 22 March 2013) few weeks ago educational researcher and professor of Educational Technology at Newcastle University,
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“Of mothers and others” edited by Jaishree Misra

“Of mothers and others” edited by Jaishree Misra

“of mothers and others: stories, essays and poems” This is a collection of essays, some fiction and some poetry published in support of Save the
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Kancha Ilaiah on “Why I am not a Hindu”  (From Stree Samya blog)

Kancha Ilaiah on “Why I am not a Hindu” (From Stree Samya blog)

This is a blog post that I have taken as is from the Stree Samya Books blog. The link is: http://stree-samyabooks.blogspot.in/2013/03/why-i-am-not-hindu.html Why I Am Not
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Wendy Doniger “On Hinduism” ( 15 March 2013)

Wendy Doniger “On Hinduism” ( 15 March 2013)

Wendy Doniger is an American indologist who has been writing for over forty-four years. In her introduction to On Hindusim she says that she always
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The Reading Promise by Alice Ozma

The Reading Promise by Alice Ozma

The Reading Promise: 3218 Nights of Reading with My Father is a gently told memoir by 21-year-old Alice Ozma. Her father was a librarian in
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