1888 Dial India

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Random House India, Oct 1, 2011 - Fiction - 248 pages
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2009—year of the slump. America is in the grip of severe economic hardship and unemployment. The only numbers that are on the rise is the suicide rate. Arun Gupta, entrepreneur, lothario, Aramis cologne user, evangelist of new India’s new dreams, sees a glimmer of a business plan form out of the American crisis. He wants to save lives. And he wants to do it sitting in his baroque Navi Mumbai office. His idea is simple. If everything can be outsourced to India, why not the saving of American lives? Part rant, part satire, 1888 Dial India documents, through the politically incorrect words of its anti-hero, the dreams of corporate India.
 

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Why am I writing a memoir?
Home life
Every minute spent breathing is lost business
Social not working
Performance review
Tenzig Chooha
Not behind sideways or under looking ahead
Copyright

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About the author (2011)

Anuvab Pal is an acclaimed playwright and screenplay writer. His screenplays include the awardwinning The Loins of Punjab and The President is Coming. His plays, which have been performed at numerous festivals, include Chaos Theory, Fatwa, Paris and Life, Love, and ETIBDA. Anuvab has also written for the acclaimed sitcoms Frasier and Law and Order. He currently lives and works in Mumbai.

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