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This novel is a breathless ride through love and sex, power and slavery, crime and trafficking
An excerpted from ‘Taboo’, by Nirmala Govindarajan.
· Jan 08, 2020 · 05:30 pm
Poverty and love star in this touching book about teenaged breadwinners from forest hamlets
In ‘Hunger’s Daughters’, Nirmala Govindarajan goes into lives that seldom feature in English language fiction in India.
· Jan 03, 2019 · 08:30 am