Young and driven urban Indians are not just hooked to screens; they are reading a lot and mostly personal development books. In an exclusive interaction with Business Today, Milee Ashwarya, Publisher, Penguin Random House India, shares her insights about the changing reading habits of the up-and-coming, young Indians.
The original Oxford Bookstore of Kolkata started back in 1919. Acquired later in 1987 by the Apeejay Surrendra group – the chain has spread across India over decades. The Oxford story is now poised for renewal as the bookstore chain celebrates 100 years.
Award-winning journalist Nilanjana Bhowmick’s book, 'Lies Our Mothers Told Us', will make you sit up and think about 'normalised abuse' of the Indian woman through over-work under the garb of domestic responsibility. A review.