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This Morning’s Times of India

I know that print ads are placed well in advance, and are difficult to pull at short notice, but this morning this is what we see on the last page of Calcutta Times. And check out the fine print. Seriously, … Continue reading

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Another interview on City of Love

Here’s an interview with Times of India Kolkata.

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Two Interviews on City of Love

This one is from IANS, posted on AOL News. And this one is on Asian Age. Apparently I am famous enough to be known by my first name. This must give poor Rimi Sen some disquiet. Happy Bastille Day!

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Report on the Crossword Reading

Perhaps due to the season, and to the fact that lots of people heard me read already at the launch, the Crossword reading was rather thinly attended (wallow in guilt, all of you) in spite of the fact that later … Continue reading

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Meanwhile, When Jadavpur Sneezes…

…Three TV channels catch a cold. This is the scene on the day after the student election results in the Arts faculty. Yes, the day after. Honestly, there must be hapless people whose beat is this university. Their bosses must … Continue reading

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Review of City of Love in the Pioneer

Here is a review in the Pioneer. SPOILER WARNING: the review gives away most of the story (sigh!) so don’t read it if you’re planning to buy the book. Or not. Whatever. Between history and fiction Set in the early … Continue reading

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Stray Shopping Carts of the Indian Diaspora

Can anyone tell me what this is all about? This ad has been appearing in the Telegraph for some days now. It’s a promotional for Jhuma Lahiri’s latest book of short stories. In case you can’t read the fine print … Continue reading

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