Lok Sabha polls 2019 — the world’s largest democratic election exercise — is underway. While you pick your candidate and eagerly wait for May 23 when the results will be announced, here are some new releases to help you make sense of the electoral jamboree.
The Virtual Hindu Rashtra: Saffron Nationalism and New Media by Rohit Chopra (HarperCollins India, ₹399), analyses Hindu nationalist advocacy and cyber activist movements across social media and a range of
“The colors of the rainbow, so pretty in the sky Are also on the faces of people going by I see friends shaking hands, saying how do you
With the 12th edition of the Indian Premier League notching up big wins, here’s an assortment of books to feed your cricket fever and put you in the mood for the Cricket World Cup this summer…
NO SPIN by SHANE WARNE (Ebury Press) In this no-holds-barred autobiography, former Australian spin wizard Shane Warne articulates his on-field exploits as well as his off-field controversies with passion
When you think of buying a new home, you probably look at the size of the flat, the position of the balcony, sturdy plumbing and a reliable security set-up.
April may be the cruelest month, but at Story, you can beat the heat and the boredom with this excellent mix of information and entertainment on your reading list.
The Oscars were announced recently, so you’re probably trying to catch as many award-winning movies from the list as you can. Like many a year before this, the Academy
What makes NOW an ideal time to invest in property? Siddharth Pansari, Director, Primarc Group, lists six primary reasons: (i) The government has recently reduced the GST rates to
Whether you want a serious discussion on life or just a fun, fast-paced read, here’s a list of bestsellers at Story bookstore over the past year. The Woman in
Here’s a list of books that Team Story enjoyed, from memoirs to mythology, award-winning novels to crime thrillers, and more. The Revenge of the Non-vegetarian by Upamanyu Chatterjee: The
From the destructive power of love to the quiet strength of a woman wronged, from a fresh look at our polity ahead of a crucial general election to a
Food Story : “One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.” ― Virginia Woolf
Story, on Elgin Road, is a bookstore and much more these days. When you step through its sliding doors, you’ll be tempted to spend more time in the foyer,
A peek into the genesis, journey and guiding mantra of our Chairman, Mr. Nand Kishore Pansari, who received the Raymond Lifetime Achievement Award from Mr. Gautam Hari Singhania, the Chairman Raymond Ltd., at Reimagined, the 18th Triennial Dealer Conference in Chennai.
HE ‘COMPLETES’ US “If you want to surpass somebody, you can either try to cut him down, or you can work hard to grow bigger, and automatically you will