'Brief Answers to the Big Questions' is a selection of Hawking's most profound reflections from his personal archive.
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"The Long Take" by poet Robin Robertson is the first to vie for the prize.
The best kind of picture books are the ones that both children and adults access and derive a value addition out of.
This concept of agility occupies center-stage in Mundra’s new book.
The bourse big boss boasts of an impressive e-books collection on his ‘To-Read’ list.
The book features Sharma's take on Indian politics.
In 'Inside the Investments of Warren Buffett: Twenty Cases', author Yefei Lu looks at his 20 significant investments.
While most words are common in speech, there are several that have rarely been written down.
A new book explores ways to integrate realisation into everyday life by addressing the complex issues.
This year saw a staggering 171 submissions - the highest number of titles put forward in the prize's 50 year history.
The book 'She Persisted Around the World: Thirteen Women Who Changed History' celebrates women who overcame adversity to change the world.