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Remembering a city that has gone askew

One of the sessions at the Bangalore Literature Fest was based on the book ‘Askew: A Short Biography of Bangalore’ by T J S George.

Published: 18th December 2016 02:06 AM  |   Last Updated: 18th December 2016 04:52 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

BENGALURU: One of the sessions at the Bangalore Literature Fest was based on the book ‘Askew: A Short Biography of Bangalore’ by T J S George.
The panelists were Naresh Narasimhan, Prof K E Radhakrishna and V Ravichandar, with Vasanthi Hariprakash moderating the session.

The discussion was divided into three sections - remembering the city’s past glories and its appeal during the period from the sixties to the eighties. The second section was the lament — the problems and issues with the city today and the third section was the hope and the ways for the city to overcome its issues and become better in future.



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