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Ram s Englishman

Ram's Englishman Susan Ram No Full Stops in India by Mark Tully; Viking: Penguin India, New Delhi, TWENTY years as the Delhi bureau chief of the BBC have rendered Mark TuIly in many ways an institution as familiar and credible as his employing organisation. For the BBC's worldwide audience as well as its consumers back home in Britain, Tully's long Indian innings has yielded a steady flow of information and analysis on a complex country and region. Indian listeners, too, have benefited from the alternative provided by Hilly and his colleagues to the 'news' as defined and served up by the homegrown electronic media. Back in the 70s, Tully provided coverage of the Emergency so out of step with official make-belief as to invoke swift governmental retribution

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