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Online juggernauts can never replace the jingle of the bell on the door.
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No Chetan Bhagats, Suhel Seths or Amish Tripathis here.
As someone who always carries a book in my bag, I am often advised to buy Kindle. I have myself have often toyed with the idea of buying one. Kindle is lighter, can store many books at once, has a gre...
With some publishers spearheading the industry towards a truly game-changing "digital revolution", the traditional brick-and-mortar booksellers and conglomerates that started it all are confronted with potential doom. When one of the oldest bookstores of Delhi, Fact & Fiction, recently shut shop after an admirable 30-plus years in business, it was a reality check not just for many other bookstores but also customers like me who are still accustomed to their conventional book-in-hand routine.