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UK’s Most Borrowed e-books Announced By Annual Library Amid Lockdown

BY SIDDHI JAIN  'Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine' by Gail Honeyman has been revealed as the UKs most borrowed e-book of 2018-19, with Sally Rooneys...

Here’s a List of E-Versions of Bestsellers you Can Read Before Lockdown Ends

With a week to go before the lockdown is lifted and one resumes life anew, there's only so much you can do with the...

Ferns N Petals Now Allows You to Opt for Digital Gifting Options

Lockdown should not stop anyone from making their beloved feel special. This is a lifestyle news. To share love and happiness in these self-isolation times,...

Education Company Pearson to De-escalate Printed Textbooks in US College Market; Goes ‘Digital First’

Pearson, the world's biggest education company, will release all its titles for the United States college market in digital form first, in a break...

How To Study Online: Several Practical Tips For Students Applying For Distance Learning

These days the distance learning spreads worldwide. It is popular all around the globe because of the many advantages. Above all, it gives the...

How to Score Well in Chemistry With eBooks?

July 3, 2017: Students preparing for NEET often look at Chemistry different than Physics and Biology. Chemistry is one of the highest scoring subjects...

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This Indian Army Officer Has Developed The Country’s First indigenous 9mm ‘Machine Pistol’

Nagpur-based Indian Army officer Lt Col Prasad Bansod has developed the country's first indigenous 9 mm 'Machine Pistol', an official said here on Saturday. Working...