The commissioner for lost causes By Arun ShourieMaterial type: TextPublication details: India: Penguin Random House, c2022.Edition: 1Description: i-xiv+600PISBN:
- 1 347 SHO-C
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|Book||Dept. of Communication and Journalism||Dept. of Communication and Journalism||070.195 SUR.C (Browse shelf(Opens below))||Available||DCJ6836|
|Book||Dept. of Computational Biology and Bioinformatics||Dept. of Computational Biology and Bioinformatics||347 SHO-C (Browse shelf(Opens below))||Available||DCB4143|
A comprehensive account of dramatic incidents like getting governments to swallow legislation against the press, unseating of chief ministers, a prime minister unspooling himself even as manoeuvres to unseat him are scotched, a deputy prime minister trying to dislodge colleagues with fabricated documents, people’s movements ending up as rivulets in the sand, The Commissioner for Lost Causes discusses Shourie’s innings, the calumny hurled at him, his dismissal, and his being recalled and removed again.