terrorist is inside us’
Kiran Nagarkar tells The
Tribune’s Charu Singh that he does not see a terrorist in isolation but
as part and parcel of evil in society
Kiran Nagarkar is a man of many colours with a rare genius for literary
craftsmanship. Not only does he write with concern, pathos and a rare
understanding about the condition and tragedy of today’s violent and selfish
society but he also gets down to the root of all human need: love. He explores
the social milieu and the underlying tensions with boldness, imagination and a
rare humour. Nagarkar, a Maharashtrian, was born in Mumbai. His first book was
written in his mother tongue, Marathi.
passion of Christ
Friday Prayer Service and Passion Narratives hold great appeal for devotees.
Ever since the Crucifixion, Christ’s passion and death have been the subject
of Biblical research, critical studies and analytical conclusions for many. For
Christians, it is the core of their worship.
The Fauji Mela organised by AWWA in
the Capital drew large crowds. Vijay Mohan on the
fair that showcased arts and crafts from different states
the Army Wives Welfare Association’s (AWWA) maiden attempt to showcase its
vast and varied socio-economic activities before a wide audience. And it proved
to be a resounding success.
A study commissioned by web giant
Google in London suggests that Britons are increasingly abandoning their
traditional relaxation in front of the idiot box to explore the delights of