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Briefly, with feelings

First, the good news. They are all here: Tagore, Premchand, Manto, Chughtai. R K Narayan, Amrita Pritam, Ruskin Bond, Gulzar, Anita Desai. Thakazhi, Basheer, Paul Zacharia, Mahasweta Devi, Ambai, U R Ananthamurthy. Vikram Seth, Irwin Allan Sealy, ... Deccan Herald, 2 days ago

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Ruskin Bond feels "stumped and stymied" by the thought of writing about politicians

Ruskin Bond feels "stumped and stymied" by the thought of writing about politicians or media tycoons saying he cannot "breathe life" into these subjects. The post Ruskin Bond feels “stumped and stymied” by the thought of writing about politicians ...
 First Post.com1 week ago Can't breathe life into politicians: Ruskin Bond  Times of India1 week ago PTI - BOND - Can't breathe life into subjects like politicians: Ruskin  Namibia Press Agency1 week ago Can't breathe life into subjects like politicians: Ruskin Bond  Deccan chronicle1 week ago

Book buddy for students

Ruskin Bond & Jhumpa Lahiri Gul Mohar - for schoolchildren, the word conjures images of a textbook they have grown up reading. The series was recently relaunched to include text-mapped digital resource with audio support, slides and picture ...
 Calcutta Telegraph6 days ago In the nature of things  Business Standard1 month ago Book Readers are Always a Minority: Ruskin Bond  Outlook2 months ago Book readers are always a minority, says Ruskin Bond  Economic Times2 months ago
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Ruskin Bond, Varanasi's allure and much more (IANS Books This Weekend)

Stories picked up from Ruskin Bond's body of work to a journey into the intoxicating city of Varanasi - the IANS bookshelf this week has a melange of options for bookworms. Take a look.
 News Chennai Online4 days ago Rust-Free Fiction  Open Magazine3 weeks ago Warm and funny  The Hindu1 month ago
The Telegraph

Bond with broom

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Special Arrangement Ruskin Bond with the broom. TOPICS Ruskin Bond was gifted a broom specially made by students of Moran Blind School in Assam Celebrated author Ruskin Bond was gifted a broom ...
 The Hindu1 month ago US bond market at divergence with Fed intentions  Gulf News1 month ago Words, wit & wonder  The Telegraph2 months ago Bond with boyhood, New Market & Twitter  The Telegraph2 months ago

He's not a bad writer, a little girl said about me. That's my epitaph: Ruskin Bond

Ruskin Bond, who was conferred the Padma Bhushan on Saturday, is one of the most popular and prolific English writers in India. His literary world, however, is rooted in another time and age. He talks to Shobita Dhar about the small towns and quirky ...
 Times of India1 month ago ‘I Am Selfish. I Write For Myself’  Times of India2 months ago

Never race, never again

Actually, Ruskin Bond put it best. His Love Among the Bookshelves yields this nugget: “...I have mentioned my antipathy to running races. Why bother to come first when, with less effort, you can come in last and be none the worse for it? There ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

‘Authors are like Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde’

Ruskin Bond says he will never pen an autobiography.
 Times of India2 months ago Ruskin Bond not worried about freedom of expression curbs  Prokerala2 months ago
The Telegraph

Day of wish fulfilment and wit with Ruskin Bond

Rahoul Banerjee Ghosh of Class VI had thought he would have to go up to the hills to meet his favourite author. "My brother Rishi and I really wanted to meet Ruskin Bond and had thought that we'd need to go to Mussoorie for that. So, when we heard he was ...
 The Telegraph2 months ago

Nature made me the kind of writer I am: Ruskin Bond

Kolkata, Jan 23 (IANS): Celebrated author Ruskin Bond on Friday said proximity to nature helped shape his writing, and Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore's works "convinced" him to make a writing career in India. "I do owe a lot to Kolkata and to Bengali ...
 The Assam Tribune2 months ago Tagore's works convinced Ruskin Bond to return to India  Business Standard2 months ago Rabindranath Tagore's works 'convinced' Ruskin Bond to return to India  Economic Times2 months ago
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