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Ruskin Bond
Lifestyle  /  Published 07.01.22

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The Storyteller Bookstore marks the end of 2021

On a cold evening from Mussoorie, Ruskin Bond logged on to Zoom for an interactive session with little ones at Storyteller Bookstore to discuss his new book The Tunnel. Getting a lot of writing done i...
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People  /  Published 29.12.21

A brand new poem by Ruskin Bond on the boss lady of his home

Seems like you’ll have a book a month! Well, If I read a book a day I ought to be able to write a book a month (laughs)!  Have you made a New Year’s resolution?  Gosh, I forgo...
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Lifestyle  /  Published 25.08.21

Ruskin Bond, Wendy Doniger delight Kolkata

As Debanjan Chakrabarti, director British Council East and North-East India, rightly stated at the beginning of the session, the complex history of the UK and India comes alive seamlessly in Anita Ana...
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Books  /  Published 10.08.21

Reading, a ‘minority past time’, says Ruskin Bond

Muskaan, an initiative by Prabha Khaitan Foundation, brought the evergreen author Ruskin Bond to interact with members during a session hosted online on July 30. Never one to disappoint, Bond was in c...
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Books  /  Published 03.06.21

Ruskin Bond on being a single draft writer

The novella set him off as a writer but the process wasn’t as immediate as it appears in our psyche in hindsight. Two more years passed before he could establish himself as a writer and he expre...
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Books  /  Published 17.05.21

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Culture  /  Published 07.02.21

So, see you on the other side, eh?

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Books  /  Published 26.07.20

Ruskin Bond talks about his new book A Song of India

Ruskin Bond is rather saddened that he won’t be able to spend this winter in Calcutta at the Tata Steel Kolkata Literary Meet in association with The Telegraph because of the pandemic. “Ma...
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West Bengal  /  Published 29.09.18

Bond with life and learning

He still digs into the dictionary to discover new words, loves to sleep when he is not writing and makes his own bed, a habit he picked up in boarding school. Ruskin Bond, forever young at 84, on Satu...
By Jhinuk Mazumdar in Calcutta


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