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Indian fiction underappreciated: Tharoor 11.4.2008 Express India-- Front Page
Though there was lot of talent in the country, not all was recognised believes the ex UN Under Secretary General.
Tharoor: Indian fiction still 'under appreciated' 11.4.2008 Hindustan Times: India
Though there were a lot of talents in the country, not all were recongised, former UN Under Secretary General Shashi Tharoor said at a function in Kochi after releasing 'Maya', a novel by George Thundiparambil.
Indian fiction under appreciated: Tharoor 11.4.2008 Express India-- Front Page
Though there was lot of talent in the country, not all was recognised believes the ex UN Under Secretary General.
Books mean entertainment   11.4.2008 Central Chronicle
Books mean entertainment  
Cairo's greatest literary secret 11.4.2008 The Guardian -- Front Page
Arts & entertainment: Booker prize-winning novelist Bahaa Taher's recognition is long overdue, says Maya Jaggi
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Effort didn’t match idea 11.4.2008 Hindu:Friday Review: Chennai
Poor presentation marred the joy of revisiting Sujatha
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A head for numbers is not enough 10.4.2008 Telegraph: Opinion
Publishers often claim that it is the smallness of the market and the circumstances of distribution that provide an automatic brake on further expansion. But they seldom say what they mean by the 'market' or the structures of the distribution networks that hinder growth.
Naipaul VS Naipaul 10.4.2008 Hindustan Times: Lifestyle
The most extraordinary thing about Patrick French's biography is that it exists at all, writes Vir Sanghvi.
School of the week: Bidya Bharati Girls’ High School 10.4.2008 The Statesman
School of the week: Bidya Bharati Girls’ High School
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World in a nook 10.4.2008 Hindu:Metro Plus: Kochi
Pastime A cheery reading spot is a personal sanctuary for some people
Kaappiri myth lives on 10.4.2008 Hindu:Metro Plus: Kochi
‘Maya’ celebrates the myth of Kaappiri, a slave brought to the shores of Kochi by Vasco da Gama. The book, to be released in the city tomorrow by Dr. Shashi Tharoor, holds special interest for Kochiites, says Priyadershini S.
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Washington Post wins 6 Pulitzers 8.4.2008 The Indian Express -- Front Page
The Washington Post dominated the 92nd Pulitzer Prizes for journalism on Monday, winning six, including the prestigious...
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2008 Pulitzer Prize winners and finalists 8.4.2008 Hindustan Times: World
These are 2008's Pulitzer Prize winners and finalists...
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World in a nook 8.4.2008 Hindu:Metro Plus: Chennai
A cheery reading spot can be a personal sanctuary
World in a nook 7.4.2008 Hindu:Metro Plus: Hyderabad
A cheery reading spot can be a personal sanctuary
The facts of fiction 7.4.2008 Hindu:Metro Plus: Coimbatore
Vikram Sampath’s book on Mysore royalty is a non-historian’s objective telling
Inside the books of James Lee Burke 6.4.2008 Indian Express
Inside the books of James Lee Burke
Sales Chart: OXFORD BOOKSTORE 06/04 6.4.2008 The Statesman
Sales Chart: OXFORD BOOKSTORE 06/04
BESTSELLERS 6.4.2008 Deccan Herald
BESTSELLERS
Fruits of diaspora soil 6.4.2008 Business Standard
Fruits of diaspora soil
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