Ruskin, Upamanyu in Crossword Awards Shortlist

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Ruskin, Upamanyu in Crossword Awards Shortlist
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Works of legendary storyteller Ruskin Bond, novelist Upamanyu Chatterjee, Betty Trask award winner Anjali Joseph and thriller fiction writers Ashwin Sanghi and Karan Bajaj are among the 30 books shortlisted for the 2010 Vodafone-Crossword Book Awards.

Bond's Mr. Oliver's Diary has been shortlisted in the Children's Writing category along with The Fang Of Summoning (Gita Chandra), Sahyadri Adventure: Anirudh's Dream and Sahyadri Adventure: Koleshwar's Secret (Deepak Dalal), Koni: The Story of a Champion (Moti Mandy) and At Least A Fish (Anushka Ravishankar).

In the English Fiction category, the shortlisted books are Way To Go by Chatterjee, Joseph's Saraswati Park, Quarantine Papers (Kalpish Ratna), Jimmy, The Terrorist (Omair Ahmad) and The Crimson Throne (Sudhir Kakar).

The list was announced here yesterday. The awards will be presented in Mumbai on September 2.

The books shortlisted for English Non Fiction category are Fault Lines (Raghuram Rajan), Known Turf (Annie Zaidi), Memories of a Rolling Stone (Vina Mazumdar), The Tell Tale Brain (V S Ramachandran) and The Lost River (Michel Danino)

On the translations shortlist are The Golden Gandhi Statue From America (Subimal Misra, V Ramaswamy), Manasarovar (Ashokamitran, N Kalyan Raman), This Is Not That Dawn (Yashpal, Anand), Litanies Of Dutch Battery (N S Madhavan, Rajesh Rajmohan) and The House With Five Courtyards (Govind Misra, Massom Ali).

All these awards carry a cash prize of Rs 3 lakh.

Ten fiction and non-fiction works have been shortlisted under a new category - Popular Award in which the winner will get Rs 1 lakh in cash. The shortlisted works in this section are The Immortals Of Meluha Amish), Keep The Change (Nirupama Subramanian), Dork (Sidin Vadukut), Chanakya's Chant (Ashwin Sanghi), Johnny Gone Down (Karan Bajaj), Connect The Dots (Rashmi Bansal), You Can Sell (Shiv Khera), Simply Fly (Captain G R Gopinath), Corporate Chanakya (Radhakrishnan Pillai) and When The Penny Drops (R Gopalakrishnan).
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