Breaking up: Your Step-by-Step Guide to Getting Divorced

Breaking up: Your Step-by-Step Guide to Getting Divorced

Yesterday I received a call from a young woman.She has separated from her husband of only a few years. She has returned to her parents
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Khushwant Singh. Two books. Two publishing houses – Penguin and Aleph

Khushwant Singh. Two books. Two publishing houses – Penguin and Aleph

Khushwant Singh. Two books published in quick succession by two publishing houses. Both books have been written when, “according to traditional Hindu belief, in the
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Navtej Sarna on the novel and short story

Navtej Sarna on the novel and short story

Navtej Sarna @ JLF 2013 “Novel is more of a theme, with byways and lanes. Whereas a short story is just that snapshot of life.
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Looking for anchors and script writers, TV News Channel

Looking for anchors and script writers, TV News Channel

A TV channel is looking for some young and talented people for the newsroom including some anchors and script writers. Those interested please send your
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“The Other Side of the Table”, Madhumita Mukherjee

“The Other Side of the Table”, Madhumita Mukherjee

The Other Side of the Table is about the correspondence between Abhimanyu, neurosurgeon and Uma, studying to be a surgeon. It is spread over nearly
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Irshad Abdul Kadir, “Clifton Bridge”

Irshad Abdul Kadir, “Clifton Bridge”

I have just finished reading Clifton Bridge by Irshad Abdul Kadir. I loved it! I suspect it is years of engagement as a lawyer, observing
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My review in “Tehelka” of Zubaan’s “Of Mothers and Others” ( 11 April 2013)

My review in “Tehelka” of Zubaan’s “Of Mothers and Others” ( 11 April 2013)

My review of a new Zubaan title, published in Tehelka earlier today. The url is given below. http://tehelka.com/mommie-dearest/ ( published online 11 April 2013) This
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“Our moon has blood clots” Rahul Pandita

“Our moon has blood clots” Rahul Pandita

Read. Stunned. Disturbed. Worried. Enough said. Rahul Pandita Our Moon has Blood Clots: The Exodus of the Kashmiri Pandits Vintage Books, Random House India. Hb.
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Walking with the Lions: Tales from a Diplomatic Past, K. Natwar Singh

Walking with the Lions: Tales from a Diplomatic Past, K. Natwar Singh

Yesterday the Hindu carried an extract from diplomat and retired politician K Natwar Singh’s latest publication on his meeting former UK prime minister, Margaret Thatcher.
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From the eye of my mind, T G C Prasad

From the eye of my mind, T G C Prasad

A friend of mine, who has an autistic child, was discussing the lack of good and reliable literature on autism. Not necessarily about what is
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