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Amrita Tripathi is a news anchor with CNN-IBN, and also doubles up as Health and Books Editor. An MA in Philosophy from St Stephen's College, Delhi University, she has also taught a few undergraduate classes at her alma mater, informally! When she is not tracking health issues, Amrita is busy chasing the literary dream. Her debut novel Broken News was published in 2010. Before joining CNN-IBN, Amrita worked with The Indian Express.

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Stories for an a-historical public

If you are force-fed, with food shoveled down your unwilling throat, you will, inevitably, puke it up.

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Seamus Heaney R.I.P

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for Seamus Heaney

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How I became a print digitisation fanatic!

I have spent the past few months working for a Christian publishing house in the gorgeous old town of

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A response to Perry Anderson's essay on Partition in The London Review of Books

I recently read with significant concern Perry Anderson's essay on Partition of the Indian subcontinent (The London Review of

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From the Land of the Thunder Dragon

Mountain Echoes has kicked off to a promising start here in Thimphu, Bhutan. There's usually only so much you

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When fiction comes to life

India is in crisis. A corrupt government rules with no clear and credible replacement in sight, the economy is

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Javed Akhtar: talking cinema, songs and the state of Urdu

The Hindi film industry and its sorority of regional-language sister industries in the sub-continent has elevated the

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Of my India visit and the powers of the moon

It is my first visit to India in 20 years, and as I wonder at the extraordinary changes which