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  • Oxford India Paperback

Oxford India Paperbacks (OIPs) were launched in 1988 (in the 75th year of the Press in India) to make OUP books accessible to a wider audience and create a market for individual buyers. The OIP imprint, currently including about 1500 titles, is an important part of the Press’ branding in India. The ubiquitous paperbacks make OUP’s reliable and authoritative publishing accessible to a growing middle class, hungry for education and reading in general. With their distinctive ‘dirty’ yellow colour, the OIPs are visible in standalone bookshops as well as in larger stores in glitzy malls mushrooming in cities across India.

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Oxford India Perennials

Oxford India Perennials

The Oxford India Perennials are new editions of enduring works from a century of OUP India’s rich ...
Academic & General

Academic & General

The ACADEMIC programme publishes across a range of subjects to reach out to students, teachers, and ...
Oxford India Collection

Oxford India Collection

The Oxford India Collection is a series which brings together writings of enduring value published ...
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Reference

The REFERENCE programme publishes comprehensive, authoritative, and up-to-date companions and ...
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