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04
Feb 2017

An Interview with Saroo Brierly: A Long Way From Home

Saroo Brierly is an Indian-born Australian businessman who was separated from his birth mother, adopted by an Australian couple and 25 years later reunited with his birth mother. His story generated significant international media attention, especially in Australia and India. An autobiographical account of his experiences, A Long way From Home, was published in 2014 […]

04
Feb 2017

An Interview with Yatindra Mishra: Hindi Literature Today

Yatindra Mishra has four collections of Hindi poetry to his credit – Yada Kada, Ayodhya tatha Anya Kavitayein, Dyorhi par Aalap and Vibhas. As a music and film critic he has also written Girija (the life  and works of thumri singer Girija Devi), ‘Devpriya’, ‘Sur ki Baradari’ and ‘Humsafar’. His Meelon Se Din won the Best […]

03
Feb 2017

An Interview with Sophie McKeand: Flying Words to Pages

Sophie McKeand is an award-winning , self-employed poet from north Wales, with poetry published in various magazines. She has performed at Green Man, Wilderness, Uncivilisation, Dinefwr and Focus Wales festivals as well as on the Caught by the River stage at the Good Life. Blogger at Huffington Post and new contributor at Wales Arts Review […]

03
Feb 2017

An Interview with Hardeep Puri: Stories from the Real World

Hardeep Puri joined the IFS in 1974. During a career spanning 29 years, he served in senior positions at the Ministries of External affairs and Defense. With extensive experience in the multilateral diplomacy, he served on three occasions as a member of India’s Delegation to the GATT/UN in Geneva including as Ambassador and Permanent Representative from […]