Askew - A Short Biography of Bangalore

Askew - A Short Biography of Bangalore (English, Hardcover, George T. J. S.)

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Askew - A Short Biography of Bangalore  (English, Hardcover, George T. J. S.)

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    • Language: English
    • Binding: Hardcover
    • Publisher: ALEPH
    • Genre: Political Science
    • ISBN: 9789384067212, 9384067210
    • Pages: 128
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    • T. J. S. George is a journalist who began his career at the Free Press Journal in 1950, and was the founding editor of Asiaweek. He established himself as a serious political author and biographer with a series of major books, including M. S. Subbulakshmi: The Definitive Biography, The Life and Times of Nargis and Krishna Menon: A Biography. At present, he is editorial adviser to the New Indian Express. A proud Bangalorean for nearly forty years (where he lives with his wife, Ammu), he received the state’s Rajyotsava Award in 2007.
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    How a city lost its former charm

    Askew is a short book that will keep you grilled to its pages without even letting you think of other thoughts. The book though short makes your mind want more about the various anecdotes of Bangalore and how it gradually lost its charm and beauty to the horrible villain named development. The trees and lakes which were once a indelible part of Bangalore were without a sight reduced to numbers which really chokes the thought about our cities which are just now entering into the phases of deve...
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    Feb, 2017

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