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Distant Echoes

 
Omesh Saigal (Author)
Synopsis This is about the reflections of the past, present and future that emerge out of vibrant thoughts, reverberating in the mind and emerging as ‘distant echoes’ is a which have been penned down over the last one decade or so, column by column and week after week. A careful selection has been made out of a wide range of writings of the author in order to present the readers a full spectrum of topics, issues and problems concerning our society and people.
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About the author

Omesh Saigal

Omesh Saigal, an intellectual, scholar, author and administrator rolled into one, was born in Shimla on March 29, 1941. After graduating from IIT Kharagpur in 1962, he preferred to join IAS in 1964. Since them he has held many important positions and is currently the Chief Secretary, Government of NCT of Delhi. He has widely travelled both in India and abroad. He has a natural flair for writing and has been writing on variuos subjects for the last three decades or so. Versatility is his forte. He has written fiction in english and Hindi He is also credited with the much acclaimed 'Never Gandhi-Not Again', a lyrical work on the life of the Mahatama. The range of his writing is formidable: from sociological themes like Tripura and Lakshadweep to labour management, industrial development and administrative culture etc. As a regular contributors to various leading periodicals in India and abroad, he has written a number of features and articles. His other areas of interest include TV serials and documentaris.

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Bibliographic information

Title Distant Echoes
Author Omesh Saigal
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2000
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8121206537
length 370p., 23cm.