Books by Usha Alexander

  • A lone woman travels fearlessly into the jungle to confront the enemy. She holds the fate of an entire world in her hands.

  • When Craig Olsen returns to Idaho to say goodbye to his dying uncle, who raised him, he comes face to face with matters he can no longer evade.

  • "A suspenseful narrative weaves the stories and secrets of two generations into one seamless drama ... a worthy literary journey." —Kirkus Discoveries

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January 28, 2009


A bit of internet surfing reveals that Ms. Siddique performs with a Minnesota band called Mélange. Anyone interested in Indian/Western fusion music (such as myself) might find their music compelling. You can sample their work on YouTube, here.

Finally another post about Kgp!!

There are a few other videos about IIT Kharagpur.... but as one of the guys who made the video told me, this is the first acknowledgment that Bondhu( the pan wala) is an important part of life here :)

In the early 90's Shyamal was the official pan(and other) wala for RK and RP hall. Sometimes he was knocked out and his six year old son Bondhu was in charge. Looks like Bondhu is his own entrepreneur now...

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  • The Lottery of Birth reveals Namit Arora to be one of our finest critics. In a raucous public sphere marked by blame and recrimination, these essays announce a bracing sensibility, as compassionate as it is curious, intelligent and nuanced.” —Pankaj Mishra

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