Network18 owned HomeShop18 has launched its online book store, offering books across several categories including educational, business, fiction, non-fiction, humor, and entrepreneurship among others. It claims to offer 10 million book titles across 100 categories. It also intends to add more categories to its catalogue in the future. The move was expected following HomeShop18's acquisition of On-Graph's online books retailer CoinJoos. Nitin Gupta, co-founder of On-Graph Technologies, had joined Homeshop18 as the head of the books category. At the time of writing this post, the site is offering a discount in the range of 23%-50% on all of its books. Users can browse books by authors in addition to browsing by categories and by the 'most popular' section. Books can be purchased via online payment, cheque, demand draft, gift cards and cash on delivery. Anupam adds: HomeShop18 has also introduced an Active Books service on DTH operator,…
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