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Book review of A Ringside Seat to History: An Autobiography

A Ringside Seat to History: An Autobiography
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A Ringside Seat to History: An Autobiography

Ashish Ray
A Ringside Seat to History: An Autobiography
Author: Pascal Alan Nazareth
Publisher: Konark Publishers
Price: Rs 800 
Pages: 280

India’s record of extraditing errant businessmen from overseas is one of failure or a pretence at pursuing. It doesn’t help that prison conditions in India are below par, that it has not ratified the UN convention against torture and injustices such as the ill-treatment of the Chennai Six (British ex-servicemen who spent two-and-a-half years in jail for a crime they didn’t commit) and Christian Michel, who is languishing behind bars for nearly two years without trial, continually surface.  

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First Published: Nov 30 2020 | 12:08 AM IST

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