I didn't know how one bought a ticket at Liverpool Street station… This upfront confession sets the tone for Farrukh Dhondy's memoir (fictive and otherwise) of university life in the England of the sixties. Arriving from Pune on a JN Tata ... Hindustan Times, 1 month ago
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By Jane Borges| Posted 3 hours Writer Farrukh Dhondy doesn't spare his wit, even when writing textbook-like stories. His new title promises a different history lesson India My India traces the country's history from Mohenjodaro to ...Mid Day, 1 month ago
14:23 IST Share Article 000K 000K PRINT A A A Cambridge Company Keshava Guha November 26, 2016 16:22 IST Updated: November 25, 2016 14:23 IST more-in The final book in Dhondy's trilogy, a lightly disguised memoir of his ...The Hindu, 1 month ago
With a TV series, film and first university course in 2017, the authors of a history of the UK movement reflect on its turnabout When Robin Bunce and Paul Field began their research into the British black power movement about six years ago the ...The Guardian, 2 weeks ago
Tara theatre, London The cross-cultural company's festive show isn't short on local appeal, but Jatinda Verma's production lacks verve and invention There aren't many pantos that include a guest appearance by the local mayor, but it's a sign of how ...The Guardian, 1 month ago British Mayor to Appear in Bollywood Jack Asian Lite, 1 month ago Mayor of Wandsworth to Make Panto Debut at Tara Theatre Broadway World, 1 month ago
CAMBRIDGE MAY WELL be ranked the UK's top university this year and have an unbroken academic history of over eight centuries. Its mere list of illustrious alumni would fill thick tomes, but for an Indian lad moving there in the mid-1960s on his own, ...Open, 2 months ago
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