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The first couple of Objectivism in India: Tara and Govind Malkani
Published on : Monday, October 05, 2009
Govind Malkani, 77, passed away in Bombay (Mumbai), on September 26, 2009. Together with Tara Malkani, they had hosted the Ayn Rand Club of Bombay for over three decades. Many of us had an opportunity to develop our understanding of objectivism, at this club. This is an acknowledgment of the intellectual debt to the Malkanis, writes Barun Mitra.
Fashion designer acknowledges the influence of The Fountainhead
Published on : Sunday, August 30, 2009
Fashion designer Krishna Mehta counts The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand as her all-time favourite novel. "There is immense strength portrayed with equally strong emotions which have been written brilliantly, beautifully and bitterly," reports the DNA.
Take a bow, Ayn
Published on : Monday, October 22, 2007
The golden jubilee of Ayn Rand’s masterpiece Atlas Shrugged celebrated across India. The events in Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata attracted young and old, some who had first read Ayn Rand in the 1960s, and teenagers who had read it just six weeks ago. Shubhobroto Ghosh and Manjula Sen report on the celebrations in The Telegraph

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