3 edition of Scoop-wallah found in the catalog.
Previous ed.: London: John Murray, 1999.
|LC Classifications||DS414.2 .H365 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||334 p. :|
|Number of Pages||334|
|LC Control Number||2009482691|
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Her second, Scoop-Wallah, , is the story of her time as a journalist on an Indian newspaper in Delhi. It was short-listed for the Thomas Cook Travel Book . Recently republished as part of Summersdale’s Classic Traveller series, Scoop-Wallah is an inciteful and often side-splitting account of Justine Hardy’s time working for the Indian Express. This is the kind of book that will literally have you laughing out loud in the tube carriage, so vividly do the characters of the city come to life.
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Scoop-Wallah Reading Justine Hardy's Scoop-wallah, an alternatively hilarious and pensive account of her hacking days as a features writer for the New Delhi daily the Indian Express for about a year, is to realize that good writing about India keeps coming out regardless of, or perhaps because of, the country's status as "a functioning anarchy," to borrow a famous 4/5(6).
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Vivid impressions of the different India a young British journalist (Ochre Border, not reviewed) discovered while working as a writer for an Indian newspaper. Hardy has written one of those travel books Scoop-wallah book is more a collection of set pieces than a linear trek to a desired destination.
Though she describes her time with the eccentric princely family whose apartment she shared Author: Justine Hardy. Non fiction – paperback; Summersdale; pages; Justine Hardy’s Scoop-Wallah has just been republished after a year break.
The book recounts Hardy’s year-long experience as a journalist on The Indian Express, an English-language newspaper based in New had gone there after a chance conversation with her local greengrocer, an expat. Get this from a library. Scoop-wallah: life on a Delhi daily.
[Justine Hardy] -- ""You are a journalist. You should be writing on one of our great Indian papers, then you will really be starting to understand us.""A chance conversation with her greengrocer about the portrayal of. Scoop-wallah: Life on a Delhi Daily Paperback – 2 Feb. by Justine Hardy (Author) › Visit Amazon's Justine Hardy Page.
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This is an idiosyncratic, funny, and sad tale about writing as an outsider on the inside of a country where the newspapers are still printed on hot-metal machines and deadlines are mi.
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Scoop-Wallah – Life on a Delhi Daily Scoop-Wallah – Life on a Delhi Daily is being re-published as part of Summersdale Publisher’s classic travel series on 2nd February with a new forward by the author. Buy this book from Synopsis Challenged by a Kashmiri greengrocer in South Kensington, journalist Justine Hardy went to [ ].
Justine Hardy (born April ) is a British journalist, author, psychologist, and conflict trauma therapist who has spent most of her adult life in has been a journalist in South Asia, including Kashmir, where she established Healing Kashmir to help people overcome the trauma of the Insurgency in Jammu and Kashmir that began in Scoop-Wallah: Life on a Delhi Daily.
Authors. Justine Hardy. Files. Document Type. Book. Description. A chance conversation with her greengrocer about the portrayal of India in the media inspired journalist Justine Hardy to leave London and spend a year working at the Indian Express in New Delhi.
Her new life—with a quirky landlord who turns Author: Justine Hardy. It takes British journalist Hardy (Scoop-Wallah,etc.) pages to get an interview with top Indian film star Hrithik Roshan, but she learns a lot about the nation’s film industry along the author sets out to write about Roshan following a chance sighting of him in a hot Bombay bar just after his first film, Kaho NaaPyaar Hai (Tell MeAuthor: Justine Hardy.
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justine hardy - abebooks scoop-wallah by justine hardy,available at book depository with free delivery worldwide. after 44 years secret papers reveal truth about. The result is Scoop-wallah: Life on a Delhi Daily (John Murray), the culmination of a love affair with India spread over 20 years.
Says Hardy, "I have an incredible affection for India. There is an amazing emotional honesty." Falling in love with the country is one thing but why did she go to work for an Indian newspaper?Author: Paran Balakrishnan.
In Scoop-Wallah: Life on a Delhi Daily, Hardy relates her own experiences in Delhi working as a stringer for an Indian newspaper.
The job afforded her an inside look at the nation and the opportunity to recount numerous stories about the colorful people she meets along the way, much in the manner Rudyard Kipling had during his own years as a.
Event Transcripts and Video. Lecture by Justine Hardy, an Indian-based journalist and author of In the Wonder House and Scoop Wallah, on her new book "In the Valley of Mist: Kashmir's Descent into Violence.". Justine Hardy, author of In the Wonder House and Scoop Wallah is an India-based journalist who has explored the breadth and depth of Indian Culture over twenty.
Scoop-wallah: Life on a Delhi Daily Publisher: Summersdale Publishers ISBN X ISBN Jason Webster was born in San Francisco and brought up in England and Germany. Journalist Justine Hardy saw an opportunity and started dealing in the shawls, but the profit she made went straight into helping children in Delhi slums through a charity she wrote about in her previous excellent book, Scoop-wallah.
Justine Hardy is a journalist and documentary maker with an international reputation. She lives in Kashmir, Delhi and London, and is the author of five books, of which Scoop-Wallah and Goat: a story of Kashmir and Notting Hill were serialised on B.
Sierra Nevada - New Delhi. her second book Scoop-Wallah was the story of her time on an Indian newspaper in Delhi. Jason wrote an account of .Justine Hardy has spent the past fifteen years working as a writer, journalist, and documentary filmmaker in both England and India. She is the author of the nonfiction books The Ochre Border: A Journey Through the Tibetan Frontierlands, Scoop-wallah: Life on a Delhi Daily, Goat: A Story of Kashmir and Notting Hill, and Bollywood Boy: Inside Hindi Movie Stardom.