Posts Tagged ‘ Democrazy ’

Reflections on two Years of Writing

May 26, 2015
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Reflections on two Years of Writing

Tweet It’s been two years since my first book got published. It was a dream I had seen, to get published, to see my name on book shelves, to be able to tell a story I wanted to share, to reach out to the world and, ahem, to be famous. It didn’t take much...
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Democrazy Excerpt | The Media Circus

February 19, 2015
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Democrazy Excerpt | The Media Circus

Tweet The Media Circus was at her doorstep! Her worst fears were coming true. She called up the Big Boss but he didn’t take her call....
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An Unconditional Apology

February 9, 2015
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An Unconditional Apology

Tweet The flavor of the month in India these days is freedom of speech. Arnab Goswami doesn’t let his panelists speak. Nitish Kumar doesn’t want to let Jitan Ram Manjhi speak. Our PM apparently doesn’t let his ministers speak. My wife doesn’t let me speak. AIB has been in the news. I’ll have to be...
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Introducing Democrazy!

January 26, 2015
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Introducing Democrazy!

Tweet Today the great Indian democracy celebrates its 66th Republic Day. In the years since independence, we are now older, more mature, with streaks of grey beginning to show in the receding hairline. We’ve seen wars, we’ve seen elections, we’ve seen political fiefdoms, we’ve seen the Hindu rate of growth, and we’ve seen a presumably...
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