We are delighted to welcome Somini Sengupta to the 2017 Fairway Galle Literary Festival.
Somini Sengupta, is an established foreign correspondent for The New York Times. She has reported from a Himalayan glacier, a Congo River ferry, the streets of Baghdad and Mumbai and many places in between.
Somini is the winner of the 2003 George Polk Award for Foreign Reporting, and was the first Indian-American bureau chief for The New York Times in India.
‘The End of Karma: Hope and Fury Among India’s Young‘ is her first book, published in 2016 in the U.S and India, which has been selected as one of The Economist’s ‘Best Books of the Year 2016’.
India is the land of young in our aging world. If Indians under age 35 were their own nation, their ranks would surpass the combined population of the United States, Britain and France. The End of Karma tells the stories of this unprecedented youth bulge through the lens of young Indians hungry and hopeful and keen to write their own destinies.
It is also available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Books-A-Million and IndieBound.
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Somini Sengupta at FGLF 2017
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