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Indian publishers nervous about taking books that might offend Hindutva: Wendy Doniger By Rashmi Menon, ET Bureau|Updated: Feb 11, 2016, 10.24 Wendy Doniger's controversial book, "The Hindus: An Alternative History", has been back on bookshelves in India for a few months. And while she's delighted about it, the professor of history of religions at University of Chicago is wary of coming to the country. Not for the fear of Hindu fund...

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03 7月.2017

Honoring the unsung heroes of scholarly publishing For more than two decades, a large, mysterious cube of concrete has sat forlornly outside of HSE University’s Institute of Education in Moscow. The story is that it was poured to plug up the ventilation shaft for an underground bomb shelter, abandoned after the end of the Cold War. A few months ago, the institute solicited ideas for how to turn the eyesore into something more attracti...

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03 7月.2017

Publisher Time posts smaller-than-expected loss as costs fall By Reuters | Updated: May 07, 2015, 06.37 PM IST Time Inc, the publisher of Time, People and Sports Illustrated magazines, reported a much smaller-than-expected quarterly net loss, helped by a rise in its digital advertising revenue and lower costs. Digital advertising has been the lone bright spot for the largest U.S. magazine publisher, with print advertising reve...