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In conversation with Ashoak Upadhyay

An interaction with Ashoak Upadhyay, author, journalist and satirist on his debut novel of Passions, Greed and the Comic in the turbulent city of Mumbai…

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Flying miles with Rishi Piparaiya

A conversation with an over worked and over traveled corporate executive who shares his thoughts about anything and everything about air travel and how he came to compiling his thoughts and observations into a humorous tale called Aisle Be Damned…

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Weekend Planner Guide May 15

Get to know what’s happening in the city and make amazing plans this weekend…

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Reading the danger with Neeraj Pandey

With his debut book Ghalib Danger, filmmaker Neeraj Pandey gets into crime, danger and destinies. He talks to us about books, movies, filmmaking, writing and juggling it all…

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Revere and Fear – My take on Adaptation

  “I’ve made seventeen or eighteen films now, only two of which have been original screenplays, all the others have been based on short stories or novels, and I find the long short story ideal for adaptation.” Satyajit Ray Adaptation – a word which has always created two strong emotions in me as a writer […]

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A different writer: Chat with Tuhin Sinha

Author Tuhin Sinha speaks about the difficulties of writing from a women’s point of view and trying to experiment with different genres. Here is what he has to say…

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Rishi Vohra: The mind behind the novel

The Punekar interacts with Rishi Vohra, author of “Once upon the tracks of Mumbai” to find out more about the book and the author himself..

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Pu La: What he meant to me

Pu La Deshpande’s work has become timeless thanks to his keen observation, command over language and ability to speak what we want.