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by Jug Suraiya

  • Author: Jug Suraiya
  • ISBN: 8189906054
  • ISBN13: 978-8189906054
  • ePub: 1975 kb | FB2: 1478 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Short Stories & Anthologies
  • Publisher: The Times Group Books (December 1, 2010)
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Jug Suraiya is a prominent Indian journalist, author and columnist. He is best known as a satirist and columnist. He is Delhi-based and schooled at La Martiniere Calcutta. Of the two Jugular Vein, appears on Friday and the second column Second Opinion appears every Wednesday.

No, I am not talking of your oad where lower middle-class and middle class children learn to speak in Pidgin English, but of top of the mill public schools that offer an education unchanged since the days of the Raj. This world is brought to us by Jug Suraiya, leading Indian journalist and cartoonist (Dubyaman) whom Khushwant Singh once referred to as India’s Art Buchwald, in the form of his short.

Author and columnist. is a prominent Indian journalist, author and columnist. A Tika for Jung Bahadur (2006). Books on travel and non-fiction. The interview and other stories (1971). Suraiya reflects on his personal reminiscences while drawing astounding parallels of some of the most famous personalities or gently touching at the absurdities which have become part and parcel of our lives. Post 9/11 Suraiya created a daily cartoon in the Times of India called Dubyaman with Neelabh Banerjee, staff artist of The Times of India. It is loosely based on US President George W. Bush.

A Tika for Jung Bahadur (2006). Rickshaw Ragtime (1993). Word Is a Four-Letter Word: Selected Writings (1994). A Portable India (co authored with Anurag Mathur) (1994).