60 Stray Thoughts: 1983-2007

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Author: Rajan Narayan

9788189837044 | PB | pp. 400 | 2006 | Rajan Narayan Felicitation Committee

60 Stray Thoughts gives a bird’s eye view of Rajan Narayan’s thoughts on various events and issues related to Goa.

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60 Stray Thoughts, written by journalist and editor Rajan Narayan, gives a bird’s eye view of Goa’s social, political and other important events and issues which came up in the past twenty five years. This makes for lively, informative reading.

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Author:

Rajan Narayan

Binding:

Paperback

Pages:

400

Year of Publication:

2006

Publisher:

Rajan Narayan Felicitation Committee

Edition:

First

Condition:

New

Country of Origin:

India

About the Author

Rajan Narayan was born in Pune on July 4, 1947. After doing his primary education in Pune, he shifted to Bangalore where he completed his schooling and his graduation with BA Honours in Economics. Rajan Narayan started his journalistic career as a sub-editor in the Financial Express, the financial daily of the Indian Express Group in 1968. He resigned from the Indian Express in 1976 and joined the Onlooker magazine as assistant editor.

He became one of the youngest editors when he took over as editor of the Mirror, a monthly magazine in 1977 at the age of 30. Subsequently, he was the Managing Editor of the Imprint and deputy editor of Business India. He did a short stint in advertising as the General Manager of Image Ads.

He came to Goa in October, 1983, to start the English edition of the O Heraldo. After 20 years as editor of the O Heraldo, Rajan Narayan quit on October 10, 2003, and started the weekly Goan Observer with the help of friends and well-wishers.

Amongst his earlier publications are ‘Politics Indian Style’ with Mario Miranda in 1979, a compilation of the editorials of the late Frank Moraes under the title Myth & Reality and a coffee table publication on the History of Mumbai in association with photographer Sunil Vaidyanathan.

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