Surendra Nihal Singh is a veteran journalist, columnist and author based in New Delhi. Singh has held several high profile positions in his career spanning six decades, including the post of editor of two of India’s major newspapers, The Statesman and The Indian Express. He was given the International Editor of the Year award by the Atlas World Press Service in New York for his role during the Emergency.
Love in the Time of Emergency presents the tales and travails of affairs of the heart against the backdrop of twenty one months of the Emergency imposed in India in 1975, through the lives of four journalists based in New Delhi; Brijesh, Iqbal, Shanti and Mehar.
A long-term observer and analyst of the Indian political scene takes a hard look at the Narendra Modi phenomenon. S. Nihal Singh believes that the rise of Modi marks a sharp break from more than six decades of political consensus.
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