Durbar is Tavleen Singh's chronicle and her take on events from the Emergency to Rajiv Gandhi’s assassination, from the high point of her journalistic career and proximity to the Who's-who of Delhi. read more...
In her book, Tavleen Singh writes about her personal experiences in the year of 1975, when she had just began her career as a journalist for The Statesman, New Delhi. She describes in detail her experiences during The Emergency and the political situation of India at that time. The author gives a sharp account of the turbulent times of Indian politics and how it all started with Rajiv Gandhi. She gives a detailed account of the Nehruvian era and how the different policies that came in effect crippled the country’s political scene and led India towards corruption. short..
|Publisher||Hachette Book Publishing India Pvt Ltd|
|Imprint||Hachette Book Publishing India Pvt Ltd|
|Number of Pages||324|