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Mark Tully presents us with Non Stop India around 20 years after his earlier work, No Full Stops in India. with forty years of experience working in India, Mark successfully takes the reader on a journey that is truly enjoyable. He shares his experiences as a traveler all over India. Unlike the journalists of today, Mark Tully does not force his opinions on his readers. He simply describes the situation and the conversations that take place and leaves the readers to make up their own mind. This is what old school journalism is all about.

Tully deals with various problems in his book such as Maoist conflicts, gigantic corporate houses, the suicide spree among farmers, projects to save the Tiger and so on. Never for a second does the writing get bland or lack in depth. The author describes a resurgent India grappling with modern concepts and rising above them. Non Stop India works on more than one level. You can enjoy the book regardless of whether you are an Indian or a foreigner interested in India. Published by Penguin India in 2013, this book is available in hardcover.

Key Features:

The book was originally released internationally as India: The Road Ahead.
Non Stop India is the title used in India.

Product Details

Title: Non-Stop India
Author: Mark Tully
Publisher: Penguin Random House India
ISBN: 9780143419679
SKU: BK0033512
EAN: 9780143419679
Language: English
Binding: Paperback
Reading age : All Age Groups

About Author

Mark Tully was born in Kolkata in 1935 and educated in India and England. He joined the British Broadcasting Corporation in 1964 and moved to India as the BBC’s India correspondent the following year. He covered all the major events in South Asia for thirty years, until he resigned from the BBC in 1994. Since 1994, he has been a freelance journalist and broadcaster based in New Delhi. He has published several books on South Asia, among them, Amritsar: Mrs Gandhi’s Last Battle (with Satish Jacob); Raj to Rajiv: 40 Years of Indian Independence (with Zareer Masani); No Full Stops in India; India in Slow Motion (with Gillian Wright); Non-stop India; and a collection of short stories, The Heart of India. Mark Tully was awarded the Padma Shri by the Government of India in 1992 and the Padma Bhushan in 2005. He was knighted, and received a KBE, in 2002.

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