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Small bombs, short fuse: Karan Mahajan’s India

The Association Of Small Bombs is a panorama of the bigotry and bureaucracy of contemporary India, written in voluntary exile. It takes the victims and their families, the terrorists and the falsely accused, and hurls them against each other in “Delhi – baked in exquisite concrete shapes… Delhi – flat, burning, mixed-up, smashed together from pieces of tin and tarpaulin.”

Andrew Purcell

I am a British freelance journalist based in New York. My principal clients are the Age and the Sydney Morning Herald (Australia), the Sunday Herald (Scotland), the Guardian (UK) and BBC World Service radio. For a complete list of contents, click here. Twitter: @andrewpurcellny

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