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Magic, she wrote
New Indian Express

Magic, she wrote

Author Anita Nair After bringing back Inspector Gowda in Chain of Custody, Anita Nair's next is all about Islamic lore from the Quran. Bringing tales from the Quran to the fore, Anita Nair's Muezza and Baby Jaan will hit stands later this ... New Indian Express, 1 month ago
Rainbows, warts and all The Hindu, 2 months ago

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Rainbows, warts and all

Scottish crime writer Ian Rankin describes Anita Nairs police procedural, Chain of Custody (Harper Collins) as a harrowing but compassionate tale of modern India. The novel, a follow up to Cut Like Wound sees Inspector Gowda navigate the dark and disturbing ...
 The Hindu2 months ago

Books to read in upcoming year

IANS New Delhi, Dec 8 (IANS) Here is all the reason for bookworms to look ahead for the upcoming year as some of the most renowned authors are ready with their latest books. Penguin Publishers are bringing some of the best stories and novels ...
 News Track India2 days ago
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Technically a thriller

Madhumita Bhattacharyya decided to set her latest novel in Kolkata in the early 2000s when cell phones were not so ubiquitous. I find them a serious hindrance, says the author of the Reema Ray trilogy. In a thriller, the flow of information is ...
 The Hindu4 days ago
Hindustan Times

So, what are you doing this week?

Catching up on your reading list, so you can finish the #BrunchBookChallege on time before the year ends? Or heading to a destination music festival? How about that film youve been meaning to watch? We asked some of our favourite people from the ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago
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CBC Food Bank donations at $192,304 so far

It's CBC Vancouver's Open House and Food Bank Day today. Come to our 700 Hamilton Street studio and find out how the news is made — and raise money for those in need. Last year, we raised $630,314 for families in need. As of 10:30 a.m.
 CBC1 week ago CBC Food Bank Day donations at $182,614 so far  CBC1 week ago CBC Food Bank Day raises $706,897 — but you can donate all weekend!  CBC1 week ago CBC Food Bank donations at $650,525 so far  CBC1 week ago

Indonesia's oil supply security unlikely to be affected by OPEC withdrawal

Indonesia's withdrawal from OPEC membership is unlikely to affect the country's oil supply security, given the limited benefits seen since it rejoined the group on January 1 this year, industry observers said Thursday. The net importer of crude ...
 Platts1 week ago

Verulam athletes in Sani Stagger

VERULAM Athletic Club embarked on the triple challenge this weekend with a team attempting one for the bucket list to do events - the Sani Stagger - and the weekend's Day lee and Airport Challenge. The Sani Stagger - connecting two countries ...
 News241 week ago VAC spreads its wings  Look Local3 weeks ago VAC in weekend race treble  Look Local1 month ago
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'I could never sell myself'

'A producer once told me that one doesn't get paid for his acting skills.'' If you work here, you have to be either lovable or sellable.''Nobody talks about talent.' 'Here, people can pay huge stars in crores, but they will cry to pay actors like me in lakhs.''They will say, 'Budget nahin hai. Is baar kum le lo, next time we will see'.''But that 'next time' doesn't come.' Pavan Malhotra, one of our finest actors, shows us another side of Bollywood. IMAGE: Pavan Malhotra One of Bollywood's ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
Firstpost.com

The native detectives

Inspector Gowda is a little like the Bullet he rides often surly, aggressive and loud, but also conscientious, dependable and surprisingly smooth when needed. He comes alive in author Anita Nair's Cut Like Wound and Chain of Custody novels ...
 AhmedabadMirror.com2 weeks ago A very pukka murder: Indian historical crime fiction has come of age, these sleuths prove  Firstpost.com3 weeks ago Popular crime fiction in India  New Delhi Pioneer2 months ago
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