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My final thoughts on Arundhati Roy…

Venky Vembu   In my column published in DNA yesterday, I thought I’d said all I wanted to say about the controversy surrounding Arundhati Roy’s recent pronouncements on Kashmir. I don’t have the luxury of being called upon to write … Continue reading

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Arundhati Roy is dangerously wrong on Kashmir

(This column was published in DNA edition dated October 27, 2010.) Venky Vembu There’s a mesmeric seductive quality to Arundhati Roy’s prose. For all its verbiage, it teases, tempts and torments the mind and lures it into the parlour of … Continue reading

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