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Book Review

ALL THE WAY TO HEAVEN - An American Boyhood in the Himalayas -- by Stephen Alter

When Stephen Alter is asked the simple question Where are you from, originally? he hesitates. Although he is in almost every way an American - granted with a trace of British accent - he has an unexpected reply: My real home was in India, a hill station called Mussoorie, seven and a half thousand feet up the Himalayas. That was where I was born and raised... It is a landscape, and a time, that haunts him still - the mountains, the view of the high Himalayas beyond Mussorie, stretching all the way to heaven.

 

THE WATCHMAKER - by Nanak Singh

The first-ever English translation of the Punjabi classic by Nanak Singh.

Blogprint: an anthology of stories by bloggers

At the onset, I suppose bloggers must do what they do best: blog. Blogprint was born out of the Blogprint online writing contest - a collaborative effort between Sulekha.com, the largest online community connecting Indians worldwide, and Penguin Books India.

NO GOD IN SIGHT by Altaf Tyrewala

In mathematics, a locus is line drawn through all the points on a plane that satisfy a given set of conditions. No God in Sight is one such literary locus, the conditions to which read: Unflinching. Bombay. A city that affords the novel two-and-a-half deaths by the 60th page.

THAT LONG SILENCE by Shashi Deshpande

‘Self-revelation is a cruel process […] [there have been] times when I’ve been able to separate two distinct strands - my experience and my awareness of that experience. Can I do this with our story? Do I have the necessary ruthlessness?’

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Chai.Coffee.Company - C3

Ivy Woods

Hyderabad Arts Festival

KPMA Business Publications

AP - Facts

Potti Sriramulu fasted for over 50 days, for achieving the State of Andhra (India), and lost his life in the process. His sacrifice became instrumental in the linguistic re-organisation of States

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