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Bhaskar Ghose

Bhaskar Ghose is a former civil servant and columnist. He has written four books –Doordarshan Days, The Service of the State, both non-fiction, and two novels The Teller of Tales and Parricide. He lives in Delhi.



Books by Bhaskar Ghose

Fraterhouse, a college originally for men but now co-educational, was founded in the 1880s by a group of scholars from a monastic order based in Oxford. In independent India the links with Oxford inevitably grew more tenuous; those among the teachers who were English left. The links with Oxford were not, however, severed; a trust set up by a former banker who had worked in India , the Nicholls Trust, regularly sent out two lecturers from Oxford for terms that

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