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Thursday, January 28, 2010

New Delhi World Book Fair 2010 from 30 January - 7 February

Delhi is one of the few cities of the world that can boast of being both ancient and modern. A cultural mosaic and a confluence of different religions, it is also an ever-expanding modern city. There are many places of historical interest in and around Delhi. Delhi, the capital of India, is also the nerve-centre of Indian publishing.

The publishing scenario in contemporary India is conceptually exciting and linguistically diverse. India is perhaps the only country in the world which publishes books in 37 languages. It ranks third in the publication of English books, immediately after the USA and the UK. Nearly 1,00,000 new titles are published every year out of which approximately one-third are in the English language. 

The National Book Trust, India is pleased to announce that the 19th New Delhi World Book Fair will be held from 30 January to 7 February 2010 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, India. The theme of the Fair is “Reading for Common Wealth” to be presented in the form of an International Rights Exhibition of the Books on Sports in India on the occasion of the hosting of the Commonwealth Games by New Delhi in October 2010.

Venue: Hall Nos.1 to 14, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi (India)
Duration: From 30 January to 7 February 2010
Time: Daily 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.


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