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Now find Indians in British crime thrillers 14.4.2008 DNA: India
Indians are not only the largest minority living in Britain but also the most prosperous. The community has become so deeply enmeshed in British life
Now find Indians in British crime thrillers 14.4.2008 Hindustan Times: News
The Indian community has become so deeply enmeshed in British life over the past decades that it is making an appearance in works of fiction, such as that staple of popular reading - crime thrillers.
Now, find Indians in British crime thrillers 14.4.2008 IndiaInfo.com
Indians are finding their existence in the novels written by top British authors.
Service taxation of works contracts 14.4.2008 Business Standard
Service taxation of works contracts
Scientific realism and anti-realism 13.4.2008 Kangla Online
Scientific realism and anti-realism
Sales Chart: OXFORD BOOKSTORE 13/04 13.4.2008 The Statesman
Sales Chart: OXFORD BOOKSTORE 13/04
BESTSELLERS 13.4.2008 Deccan Herald
BESTSELLERS
Reason to rhyme 13.4.2008 Deccan Herald
Reason to rhyme
‘No nudge-nudge, wink-winks' 13.4.2008 Hindustan Times: India
It’s 10:30 in the morning in New York and 8:30 in the evening in New Delhi. Over a telephone line, Salman Rushdie in New York chats with Indrajit Hazra in New Delhi about his new book The Enchantress..., a New India and who knows even a new plan.
Lahiri's new book is NYT's bestseller 12.4.2008 Hindustan Times: Lifestyle
Jhumpa Lahiri's new book Unaccustomed Earth, tops NYT's list of best-selling fiction books within two weeks of its launch.
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Lahiri's new book is NYT bestseller 12.4.2008 Deccan Herald
Lahiri's new book is NYT bestseller
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V V: V S Naipaul 12.4.2008 Business Standard
V V: V S Naipaul
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Kaappiri myth lives on 12.4.2008 Hindu:Metro Plus: Thiruvananthapuram
The book ‘Maya’ celebrates the myth of Kaappiri, a slave brought to the shores of Kochi by Vasco da Gama
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Printpick 12.4.2008 Hindu:Metro Plus: Thiruvananthapuram
An astonishing debut novel of survival following a devastating earthquake on the outskirts of Istanbul. Zesty historical fiction. A novel of Genghis ...
Lahiri's book zooms to No.1 in NYT bestseller list 11.4.2008 IndiaInfo.com
Jhumpa Lahiri's new book "Unaccustomed Earth", which has been receiving rave reviews in the US press, has zoomed to the top in New York Times' list of best-selling fiction within two weeks.
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Jhumpa Lahiri No.1 on NYT best-seller list 11.4.2008 Rediff: News
Jhumpa Lahiri becomes the only second writer of Indian origin to land at the top slot; the other is Salman Rushdie. In its fourth printing, Unaccustomed Earth could spend more than three months on the list. It could even sell one million copies in hardcover, setting a record for the writer.
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  
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