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Sep 08, 2019
Kiran Nagarkar passes away: Writer's social commentary will be inseparable from the allegations against himKiran Nagarkar, who passed away at the age of 77 on 5 September 2019, was often lauded as one of India’s greatest writers, and rightfully so.
Sep 07, 2019
Kiran Nagarkar dies at 77: For many, the passing of the icon began many months before his deathSome will say that Nagarkar’s death is not the occasion to speak of all this. And yet, if there is one lesson to draw from death, it is that no one is indispensable in the dance of existence.
Sep 06, 2019
The End of the Affair: Of Kiran Nagarkar, memory, and separating art from the artistOn Thursday night, a little after 11 pm, a colleague texted me the news that Kiran Nagarkar had passed away. After years of this, you react instinctively: Write a short report. Tweet it out. Reach out to your roster of contributors for obituaries, tribute pieces. I did the needful. Then, once the protocol had been followed, the rituals of work completed, I wept.
Sep 06, 2019
Remembering Kiran Nagarkar: From Ravan and Eddie to Cuckold, a look at the writer's best worksAs the Indian literary world loses Kiran Nagarkar, one of it's leading writers, here is a look at some of his best works.
Sep 05, 2019
Kiran Nagarkar, award-winning author of Cuckold, Ravan and Eddie, passes away aged 77Born in 1942, Kiran Nagarkar's first published work was in Marathi — Saat Sakkam Trechalis (1974). By the early '90s, he was widely considered among the most prominent writers in post-colonial India.
Aug 05, 2017
Kiran Nagarkar on the re-release of 'Seven Sixes are Forty Three', 43 years after it was first publishedSahitya Akademi-awardee Kiran Nagarkar talks about the response he received for his first novel Seven Sixes are Forty Three, his meditations on writing, and the decision to switch from Marathi to English.
Nov 26, 2016
Kiran Nagarkar: Forget the poor, in Mumbai even the rich are starved for open green spacesKiran Nagarkar on his books, censorship, the Ravan & Eddie trilogy — and the city of Mumbai
Oct 28, 2015
I would like an award every day, says Kiran Nagarkar ahead of the Tata Literature Lifetime Achievement AwardThe famously reclusive writer living in Mumbai is being thrust into the arc lights again as he has been chosen for the Tata Literature Lifetime Achievement to be held between October 29-November 1.