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Non Stop India About The Book Non Stop India The Much Anticipated Follow Up To The Bestselling No Full Stops In India Now Available In Paperback Poised To Become One Of The Major Economies Of The Twenty Firstcentury, India At Times Seems Unmindful Of Questions On Thesustainability Of Such Growth And Its Effect On The Stability Ofthe Nation Veteran Journalist And Bestselling Author Of No FullStops In India, Mark Tully Travels Across India To Turn Thespotlight On The Everyday Concerns Of The Common Man In Areas Suchas Governance And Business, Spirituality And Ecology In Revealinginterviews With Captains Of Industry And Subsistence Farmers,politicians And Dalits, Spiritual Leaders And Bandits, He Capturesthe Voices Of The Nation Even As He Celebrates Its Vibrant Historyand Incredible Potential About Author Mark Tully Sir Mark Tully Was Born In Calcutta, India, In 1935 He Was TheChief Of Bureau, BBC, New Delhi, For Twenty Two Years, Was Knightedin The New Years Honours List In 2002 And Was Awarded The PadmaBhushan In 2005 Today, His Distinguished Broadcasting Careerincludes Being The Regular Presenter Of The Contemplative BBC Radio4 Programme Something Understood His Books Include No Full Stopsin India, The Heart Of India, India In Slow Motion Written Withhis Partner And Colleague Gillian Wright And Indias UnendingJourney He Lives In New Delhi Reviews Tully Report S On The Various Indias Behind The Headlines Hindustan Times Through Tullys Probing Eyes, One Discovers The Complex Workingsof The Indian Democracy Telegraph


10 thoughts on “Non Stop India

  1. says:

    Mark Tully, as a BBC correspondent in New Delhi, made India his second home Any outsider s perspective on India has a potential to offer unbiased review over happenings in our country But,


  2. says:

    Mark Tully is known for his deep understanding of India At times you get a feeling that he isIndian than Indians In the book, Tully uses many current events to delve into the little known facets of t


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    Book Review published in Freedom First Magazine No 538 April 2012India is a complex place There s some of everything here and it defies a simple definition You can t truly know it till you ve lived here Some h


  4. says:

    I am getting a little tired of reading similar books by people from outside India Offers nothing new or maybe I expected a lotfrom an writer of such stance However, it is well written and Mark Tully always has the abili


  5. says:

    Felt elated to traverse through the upheavels of the country during the last 25 years mostly Felt ashamed as an Indian to get to know an English man who has beenof an Indian than a Billion A raconteur at his narrative best thats


  6. says:

    Today, India is being regarded as a major twenty first century economy and is touted to be an economic superpower in the future But still numerous problems and issues plague the country and questions on growth stability and sustainability


  7. says:

    Non Stop India takes the reader on a broad and well researched tour of India s recent development, while revisiting its history, led by one of the only outsiders trusted to report on India with a balance of accuracy and compassion, Mark Tully Tully,


  8. says:

    The book is by Mark Tully WhatHe takes us through 10 crucial topics related to India and explains to us with a neat clarity Be it the untouchablity issue or the Project Tiger, the explanation is neat and comprehensible He has been the Indian correspondent for


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    A sympathetic but by no means a uncritical look at the state of the nation a few years back and the number of faultlines that can become a break on progress, development and even social and communal amity Sir Mark is a old India hand and his assessment of the situation


  10. says:

    It s a good read Mark Tully s essays on caste, Naxals, License Permit Raj are quite insightful The red tape, the nepotism, bureaucratic corruption associated with setting up Tata Motors is most disheartening.Mark Tully touches the right areas which when improved will make India.


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