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World Book Fair 2024 to begin at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi

Last Updated: Feb 10, 2024


The Publications Division of the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting will present its extensive collection of books and journals at the New Delhi World Book Fair 2024 which will begin at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi today. This year, the Publications Division will be launching its much sought-after yearly reference manual ‘India 2024’ during the nine-day long World Book Fair. The book is a best-seller among aspirants appearing for various competitive examinations as it has the latest updates on India’s achievements in all sectors during the last year.

Another new book ‘Career Calling’ will also be released during the fair. The book has an impressive collection of articles for job seekers on the latest and upcoming employment avenues. Aligning with the vibrant theme of “Multilingual India,” Publications Division is set to captivate visitors and book lovers with a diverse array of books in English, Hindi, Urdu, Sanskrit and other Indian languages. The Division’s premium range of books comprising ‘Rashtrapati Bhavan Series’, ‘Selected Speeches of President, Vice President and Prime Minister’ and ‘Collected Works of Mahamana Madan Mohan Malviya’ are also being showcased. The Publications Division is also showcasing its popular and widely circulated journals Yojana, Kurukshetra, Aajkal, and Bal Bharti at the fair.

Visitors can also purchase annual subscriptions to journals,  Employment News and Rozgar Samachar. The New Delhi World Book Fair is one of the most awaited events in the publishing world, which attracts participation from major publishing houses across the globe. The Publications Division will be showcasing its books and journals at Stall No B-11, Hall No. 5 of  Pragati Maidan.

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