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This Unquiet Land: Stories from India's Fault Lines Hardcover – Unabridged, 2 Dec 2015
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“This Unquiet Land is a brave book. It offers more than just the author's observations about the country's inherent complexities; it also gives a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the personality of the 44-year-old journalist who is often described as India's Christiane Amanpour. The narrative is packed with sights, smells and sounds, at times riveting enough to keep you hooked even as you read about subjects that have been covered to death.” -Business Standard
“The book is a diary of her reporting years, supplemented by analyses of events that have shaped the social and political narrative of the country. It is also a discussion on the impact of TV news on this narrative [and] offers insights into the personalities of India’s politicians as well.”- Reuters
“I wasn’t sure what I was walking into, and at first, I thought that being a journalist’s book, it would be monotonous. I can surely say that I was pleasantly surprised. Through her debut book, Barkha Dutt bleeds her heart out. It is no secret that she has seen the gruesome realities much better than any of us ever can. Her style is a fair combination of narrative and descriptive writing. She writes of wars, rapes, natural disasters, religious wars, political conspiracies, Kashmir.” - Jaipur Women Blog
“This is, after all, an age of sharply conflicted ideologies and for someone in the business of media, it cannot be easy to be part-historian, part-memoirist, while maintaining some semblance of an unbiased point of view. Surprisingly, that precisely is what Dutt accomplishes in her book.”- The Quint
About the Author
Barkha Dutt, one of India’s most prominent journalists and television anchors, became a household name with her reporting from the front lines during the Kargil conflict between India and Pakistan in 1999. In addition to her war reporting (from countries as varied as Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iraq, Egypt and Libya), in India she has reported from the field on virtually every important national story— politics, insurgencies, social upheavals, floods and famine. She has won more than forty national and international honours for her work.
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