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'Mr Naipaul, forget about it'

'I don't think you have anything to say to me and I certainly don't have anything to say to you.'Bharat Bhushan recalls his encounters with V S Naipaul.
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The undeniable truth of Naipaul's India

'Though not religious in everyday life, his Hindu-Indian identity was an irrevocable influence on his writings,' observes Vivek Gumaste.
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Five Books Barack Obama Thinks You Should Read [Video]Five Books Barack Obama Thinks You Should Read  01:12

Barack Obama shared a second summer reading list on Facebook and it seems to have a theme. Keri Lumm discusses the books about truth.

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Nobel prize winning author V.S. Naipaul dies aged 85 [Video]Nobel prize winning author V.S. Naipaul dies aged 85  00:46

Trinidad-born British author V.S. Naipaul, who won the Nobel Prize for literature in 2001, has died at his home in London aged 85, according to reports. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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Nobel Winning Author V.S. Naipaul Dies Aged 85 [Video]Nobel Winning Author V.S. Naipaul Dies Aged 85  00:34

LONDON (Reuters) - Trinidad-born British author V.S. Naipaul, who won the Nobel Prize for literature in 2001, has died at his home in London aged 85, the BBC reported on Saturday. REUTERS/Chris..

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What Naipaul understood and Vajpayee didn't

In any institution that has a passionate ideology, the moderate is always vulnerable to the person who is more extreme, because that is what the supporters want.
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Atal Bihari Vajpayee espoused Hindutva, but disliked violence; VS Naipaul understood fragility of moderate positions

No one is perfect and we owe it to ourselves to be honest. In that spirit, here's a look at aspects of the lives of Vajpayee and Naipaul.
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What landmark can the BJP rename after Naipaul?

'Will the BJP now replace a Muslim name for a street or a railway junction with Naipaul's name?''It is the least the party can do for its sole Nobel Prize-winning admirer,' says Amulya Ganguli.
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VS Naipaul's 86th birth anniversary: From In a Free State to A House for Mr Biswas, a study of the author's themes

Overall VS Naipaul wrote more than 30 books, and was one of the first winners of the Booker Prize, now Britain's leading literary award, in 1971 for "In A Free State".
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Reading VS Naipaul is to see literature at its finest, and that's all that should matter

For Naipaul writing was the only thing that mattered: all the rest was noise.
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VS Naipaul and I: How I became a character in 'A Million Mutinies Now', but my life didn't change

In 1988, Bangalore was witnessing the explosion of the IT industry, and VS Naipaul wanted to witness this miracle for himself. After two books where he had been critical of India, he wanted to talk..
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Blog: VS Naipaul, a master prose stylist

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The V S Naipaul I came to know

Nikhil Lakshman remembers the times he spent with the legendary writer who passed into the ages six days before his 86th birthday.
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VS Naipaul, with his rage and flaws, will be remembered for unflinching honesty, mastery of language

VS Naipaul's was an all-encompassing rage: he raged against half-formed societies; he raged against public defecation; he raged against the colonisers and he raged against the colonised.
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VS Naipaul dies at 85: The Nobel laureate is gone, but is the man still redeemable?

VS Naipaul - a writer who spoke of fractured postcolonial worlds with piercing honesty - shall himself be condemned to fractured memory and posterity.
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‘The world is what it is’; no one captured it better than VS Naipaul

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V.S. Naipaul dead, admirers say legacy will live on

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Maharashtra's transport minister Diwakar Raote's rendezvous with the writer Sir VS Naipaul

Raote was among those profiled in Naipaul's travelogue India: A Million Mutinies Now, along with others like militant poet Namdeo Dhasal of the Dalit Panthers
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In India, V S Naipaul was reviled by some, revered by others

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Vidiadhar Surajprasad Naipaul: A man always true to himself

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Naipaul: Unapologetic & utterly unforgettable

Nobel laureate Vidiadhar Surajprasad Naipaul, “Sir Vidia” to his many admirers, died on Saturday at his home in London. He was 85. Naipaul documented the migrations of peoples, the unravelling of..
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When Naipaul was bowled over by Congress leader Ram Niwas Mirdha!

During a visit to India when Rajiv Gandhi was the prime minister in the mid-80s, Naipaul met Ram Niwas Midha. After the meeting, Naipaul was so awestruck by Mirdha's knowledge of his books that he..
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An 'unapologetic' author, who didn't write to 'please an audience'

Naipaul's views against the commonplace perception towards colonised countries and their people were not the only thing controversial about the famed author.
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