ePub Excess: The Tehelka Book of Short Stories download
by Jai Arjun SinghNisha Susan" Tehelka"
This is indeed a strange collection, there are only one or two stories that I can say I liked. The forward by Nisha Susan says how each stories contributes to 'Excess'- an inference that turns out to be very far-fetched. Manjula Padmanabhan's Feast and Brinda Charry's Thirteen.
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General Note: Short stories. Personal Name: Singh, Jai Arjun. Personal Name: Susan, Nisha. Uniform Title: Tehelka. General Note: Chiefly published in the Tahelka, English magazine. Rubrics: Short stories, Indic (English) Indic fiction (English) 21st century. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.
Jai Arjun Singh is a New Delhi-based freelance writer/journalist. He has written for Yahoo! India, Business Standard, The Hindu, The Man, Tehelka, Outlook Traveler, The Sunday Guardian and the Hindustan Times, among other publications. His book about the making of the cult comedy film Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro was published by Harper Collins India in 2010.
Chiefly published in the Tahelka, English magazine. MLCS 2010/01088 (P), PR9497. xv, 176 p. ; Number of pages.
This is indeed a strange collection, there are only one or two stories that I can say I liked. To be frank, I bought this book solely for the first story - Feast by Manjula Padmanabhan.
Tehelka (Hindi: Sensation) is an Indian news magazine known for its investigative journalism and sting operations. According to the British newspaper The Independent, the Tehelka was founded by Tarun Tejpal, Aniruddha Bahal and another colleague who. According to the British newspaper The Independent, the Tehelka was founded by Tarun Tejpal, Aniruddha Bahal and another colleague who worked together at the Outlook magazine after "an investor with deep pockets" agreed to underwrite their startup. Posts about Jai Arjun Singh. His book about the making of the cult comedy film
The book, expectedly, is full of interesting anecdotes. Jai Arjun is articulate, with not a word out of place. It was fashionable then to criticise NFDC, the government body that provided funds for out-of-the-box, socially relevant films. But in the case of Jaane Bhi D. .
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