Her Stories: Indian Women Down the Ages: A Discussion With Author Deepti Priya Mehrotra – Gurgaon, May 28
Stories that may have inspired had they been known then when they were unfolding. Had they been told then. They unfolded and remained untold, through ages, until now. These stories
Towels are the essence of humankind. Think of it, had there be no towels, how would humankind come so far? So when Douglas Adams And so there goes the phrase,
More than thirty-five years after his death, Sanjeev Kumar remains a role model for all aspiring actors. He could light up the screen in underpants, paunch showing, in one of
Uncommon Leadership: Author Ruchira Chaudhary Talks to Penguin India CEO, Gaurav Shrinagesh – Gurgaon, May 26 | CEO Book Club
Author Ruchira Chaudhary says in the preface of the books that when she returned to work after a mid-career MBA from University of Chicago Booth School of Business, ‘…my association
Children are full of ideas, fresh ideas, fresh out of the oven. And stories make these ideas materialise. It’s when children read and tell, and listen to, stories, that their
Author Anurag Anand in conversation about his latest books. There's political conspiracy, a road accident of consequence, and a troll attack in cyberspace. And, of course, an assassination.
Adoption is not just about bringing home a child to give her a home. It's much more. The emotions involved are deeper and diverse, demanding. They necessitate a completely different approach. Shruti Haksar talks about adoption and its demands, at Kunzum, Mega Mall, Golf Course Road, Gurgaon. 21 May, 11am.
Author Devesh explores another distance that Covid revealed to us anew - the distance of space. Devesh's book, Puddan Katha, is set in a village in Azamgarh, UP, where people refuse to accept pandemic as a reality. Then, Puddan, the protagonist contracts Covid, from his wife. And he lands up at a family
The woman, who turned the wave, who stoked the fire, who set the standards, not for a generation, but for generations to come. Meet Dr. Kiran Bedi, the first woman to don the Indian Police Service khakis.
A talk about women’s liberation sounds a bit clichéd each time it comes up. Yet, it has its way of looking fresh and intriguing. It entices the listeners as much
Groucho was just being himself when he said, ‘Outside of a dog, a book is a man’s best friend…’ And here, we have a discussion on a book about dogs.
A quick scan of ground reality shows that a woman’s primary job is to multitask. And she MUST prove to be the best at each job that she handles simultaneously.