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No part of this book may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means - electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise - without the prior permission of the publisher. The inclusion of all articles in this book is with due permission from Hindustan Times. ISBN: 978-81-8328-445-5.
Sunday Sentiments book. Karan Thapar is an interesting TV interviewer, always probing, pushing his guests to a corner, delighting in embarrassing them. Sadly, though, his book is nowhere as crisp, as some of his famous on screen encounters. Read only if you are his die-hard fan.
He was associated with CNN-IBN and hosted The Devil's Advocate and The Last Word
He was associated with CNN-IBN and hosted The Devil's Advocate and The Last Word. He was also associated with India Today and hosted the shows To the Point and Nothing But The Truth. Karan Thapar is the youngest child of former Chief of the Army Staff General Pran Nath Thapar and Bimla Thapar. The historian Romila Thapar is his cousin.
Sunday Sentiments - Karan Thapar. I suppose I should start with hello. Although I’ve been part of the column Sunday Sentiments in Hindustan Times, it’s quite possible we haven’t met. Hitherto, I’ve lived in a different neighbourhood. My home was the Sunday magazine and although it altered considerably in the half decade I knew, I did not budge.
Contains articles which are useful for anyone who is interested in creative writing and journalism.
Select Format: Hardcover. Contains articles which are useful for anyone who is interested in creative writing and journalism. ISBN13:9788183280235.
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Written in Karan's inimitable style, the articles in this book are a real treat - racy, fun and enlightening at the same time. It is a must read for anyone who is interested in creative writing and journalism. Racy, fun, sharp columns from an award-winning TV journalistTV personality Karan Thapar, known for his relentless grilling of politicians on his current affairs shows, brings a sense of humour and a sharp incisive eye to his newspaper columns.
I suppose there could be a thousand plausible answers.