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The 11th annual survey of digital publishing solutions and vendors in India by Publishers Weekly.
Pearson, the company behind Common Core and the US testing-industrial complex, plans to conquer the entire world with its new model for education.
Elsevier has sought to set aside public criticism of its Open Access (OA) and pricing policies and to restate its value for the academy.
The publishing firm Penguin Random House is exploring a sale of its illustrated books imprint Dorling Kindersley, Sky News learns.
Hindutva activist Dinanath Batra has written to HRD Minister Smriti Irani to get the late historian Bipan Chandra's book, 'India's Struggle for Independence', banned.
Textbook-focused publishing firm S Chand and Company has begun discussions with a number of India's top merchant banks, as it explores a potential initial public offering (IPO) later this year.
Even as obituaries are being written for the publishing industry, niche genres like colouring books and graphic novels are steadily showing an impressive growth.
Mohammed Hanif has taken on corruption, repression, and misogyny and may also be his country's funniest writer. Read The New Yorker's profile of the journalist and novelist from Karachi.
"What has been happening in recent times could well develop into fascism." An interview with Romila Thapar.
Blanche Knopf built the reputation of the legendary publisher, but her name was left off the masthead. A new autobiography on the woman who ran one of the most illustrious publishing houses.
The literary history of the early years of word processing—the late 1960s through the mid-’80s—forms the subject of Matthew G. Kirschenbaum’s new book, Track Changes.
A piece by Mini Krishnan, consultant to OUP, on the importance of translation and the need to recognise translators.
Print media circulation grew 8.2 per cent in 2015 with a lower pace of growth of advertisement revenue at 7.3 per cent in the same year.
This month, Duke University Press moved its journal, Dalit Studies, to an open access license. You can read it for free now.
If you are a writer looking for a quiet place of your own with no distractions you might want to apply for the Penguin Random House Writing Residency.
Having brought on board 7,800 magazines and 1.6 million subscribers, Magzter is now looking at the advertising revenue stream seriously.
Amazon's principal product manager, Kathryn Abel, talks about growth plans for India, the new Kindle Oasis launch, and plans to improve its e-book recommendation system.
Students from state board schools won't be bogged down by heavy bags any more. Their textbooks will be available online, says Karnataka Textbook Society (KTS). This follows a similar move made by CBSE
The 2016 edition of German Book Office's annual event on children's content, Jumpstart, will focus on the difference between education in school and children's content.
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