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Mar 05, 2012
Oh Brother!

Instead of dropping a good word for good friend Bhaichand Patel, Bibliophile would do better to drop him altogether (Books, Feb 20); at least try to restrain him from contributing to the diary and books pages.

Harsh Rai Puri, Bhopal
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Feb 13, 2012
04:13 PM

Dear Editor, Instead of dropping a good word for a good friend Bhaichand.. rather drop him (at least from contributing Diary pages & book reviews)... one wonders how Penguin opted to publish him,, and later pinching pennies /paise in refusing his new book a launch party?

Harsh Rai Puri
Bhopal, India
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