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“At 22, I was restless and hungry for life,” says author Aatish Taseer

The author goes on a trip down memory lane reminiscing about his finances, romantic life, living in New York and the biggest life lesson
Aatish with his friends in Florence with the river Arno and its bridges behind him
Aatish with his friends in Florence with the river Arno and its bridges behind him
Updated on Nov 08, 2020 12:28 PM IST
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Hindustan Times | ByVeenu Singh

Podcast: Aatish Taseer on India, Indian Politics, and Citizenship

Two weeks ago, Aatish received notice that the government of India was revoking his status as an Overseas Citizen of India—known as OCI.
Updated on Nov 21, 2019 05:10 PM IST
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News updates from Hindustan Times at 1pm: India is my country, says author Aatish Taseer after govt scraps OCI status and all the latest news at this hour

Here are today’s top news, analysis and opinion at 1 PM. Know all about the latest news and other news updates from Hindustan Times.
Aatish Taseer, New York-based journalist and author’s overseas Indian citizenship was cancelled on Thursday.(Raj K Raj/ HT File Photo)
Aatish Taseer, New York-based journalist and author’s overseas Indian citizenship was cancelled on Thursday.(Raj K Raj/ HT File Photo)
Updated on Nov 08, 2019 01:01 PM IST
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Hindustan Times, New Delhi | ByHT Correspondent

India is my country, says author Aatish Taseer after govt scraps OCI status

The government says the decision to revoke Aatish Taseer’s OCI status was taken because he had “concealed the fact that his late father was of Pakistani origin”.
Aatish Taseer described his overseas Indian citizenship as a “permanent visa” to travel to India and feared that he would be blacklisted from entering the country to visit his mother and grandmother.(Raj K Raj / HT File)
Aatish Taseer described his overseas Indian citizenship as a “permanent visa” to travel to India and feared that he would be blacklisted from entering the country to visit his mother and grandmother.(Raj K Raj / HT File)
Updated on Nov 08, 2019 12:23 PM IST
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Hindutan Times, New Delhi | ByHT Correspondent

Painful to see govt making false claim: Shashi Tharoor on writer Aatish Taseer citizenship row

The OCI card which allows foreign citizens of Indian origin to work indefinitely and enter India without a visa is given to all nationals except those of Pakistan and Bangladesh
Shashi Tharoor’s statement follows reports of the Union Home Ministry revoking the Overseas Citizenship of India (OCI) status Taseer for allegedly hiding information.(Milind Saurkar/HT Photo)
Shashi Tharoor’s statement follows reports of the Union Home Ministry revoking the Overseas Citizenship of India (OCI) status Taseer for allegedly hiding information.(Milind Saurkar/HT Photo)
Updated on Nov 08, 2019 09:39 AM IST
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Hindustan Times, New Delhi | ByHT Correspondent

OCI status of journalist Aatish Taseer, who called Modi divider-in-chief, revoked

The Union ministry of home affairs (MHA) also disputed a media report that the action was linked to New York-based Taseer’s article in the Time Magazine.
File photo of writer Aatish Taseer. (HT photo)
File photo of writer Aatish Taseer. (HT photo)
Updated on Nov 08, 2019 09:41 AM IST
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Hindustan Times, New Delhi | BySudhi Ranjan Sen

‘India is endlessly stimulating’

Hailed by the late VS Naipaul as ‘a young writer to watch out for’, Aatish Taseer says that a country like India needs to be unambiguous. Only then, will it set an example for other countries to follow
Aatish Taseer(Photo: Raj K Raj/ HT)
Aatish Taseer(Photo: Raj K Raj/ HT)
Updated on Jul 10, 2019 06:57 PM IST
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Hindustan Times | ByNavneet Vyasan

Hindus and Muslims may fight but always make up

Unlike in the past, the Modi government’s schemes have reached the poorest sections of the Muslim community.
People who try to pit Hindus against Muslims in India should be aware of the damage that they are doing by chipping away at the natural unity between the two communities.(Deepak Gupta/ Hindustan Times)
People who try to pit Hindus against Muslims in India should be aware of the damage that they are doing by chipping away at the natural unity between the two communities.(Deepak Gupta/ Hindustan Times)
Published on May 13, 2019 07:55 AM IST
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BySyed Zafar Islam

Review: The Twice-Born; Life and Death on the Ganges by Aatish Taseer

Though Aatish Taseer’s book appears to be about the Brahmins of Benaras, it is actually a look at the continuing aftershocks of colonialism, about India and Bharat, and about the persistence of caste
Contemplating the void: A sanyasi meditates on Vijayanagaram ghat on the Ganga in Varanasi.(Getty Images)
Contemplating the void: A sanyasi meditates on Vijayanagaram ghat on the Ganga in Varanasi.(Getty Images)
Updated on Nov 02, 2018 09:27 PM IST
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Hindustan Times | ByManjula Narayan

Malavika’s Mumbaistan: Taseer’s king-sized kiss and tell

Author Aatish Taseer.(Ronjoy Gogoi)
Author Aatish Taseer.(Ronjoy Gogoi)
Updated on May 14, 2018 03:37 PM IST
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Hindustan Times | ByMalavika Sangghvi, Mumbai
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