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Kanwal Prakash "KP" Singh

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 NRI Columnists &Writers

Lord Dholakia launches book on Jinnah: A corrective reading of Indian History' - claims that the partition in 1947 was an accident of Indian history caused by a simple personality clash between Jinnah and Mahatma Gandhi

Natasha Pratap's "Wanna Study In The US?"- 101 tips to get you there

Indian scribes win American Society of Newspaper Editors award(award_1) Babita Persaud were named by the American Society of Newspaper Editors as winners of its awards on Saturday

"Rich Man, Happy Man"By Lord Bill Lall of Woodlands in Britain

UK NRI, Rana Dasgupta author sparkles in debut novel

Bid to enter Guinness Book: Maths teacher makes giant-sized abac

Canada-based Indian playwright Rahul Varma- Art mimics life in Bhopal drama

Two NRIs journalists win award of the fifth Annual SAJA- Knowledge@Wharton Award for Business Journalism

Suketu Mehta is a fiction writer and journalist based in New York- Penning the next Merchant-Ivory production "The Goddess" starring Tina Turner in the lead role.

NRI, Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni- Her novel to become $80 mn film

NRI Anita Desai says, "Modern-day India is slipping away from me" and has set her new novel, "The Zigzag Way", in Mexico.

* Bollywood song and dance at British Indian author Hari Kunzru's new book release
* British Indian author Hari Kunzru, author of the award-winning and bestselling novel The Impressionist, was named as one of Granta’s “20 Best Fiction Writers Under 40.

NRI Punjabi writer, Gurdev Singh Mann, passes away in Vncouver

2004 Sydney Peace Prize: NRI Arundhati Roy, well-known human rights activist has been awarded the 2004 Sydney Peace Prize

Bharati Mukherjee, NRI- award winning author

"The Death of Vishnu": A Novel by Manil Suri tackles religious strife in an ambitious first novel

Shoba Narayan, a New York-based writer and her articles are published in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and several other major publications

No Tears for the NRI, Pure Chutney, BOMBAY-LONDON-NEW YORK by Amitava Kumar, Associate Professor, English, Penn. State University, USA

 Sightless in a Sighted World- Although blind since he was nearly four, the Indian-born American writer Ved Mehta has surmounted his disability-