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BOOKS AND AUTHORS - February 2020

Feb 2020

Feb 13, 2020

Book Titled 'A Commentary and Digest on The Air, Act 1981' Released

  • Haryana Chief Minister, Manohar Lal Khattar released a book titled "A Commentary and Digest on The Air, Act 1981," at Chandigarh. The book was written by Dr. K. K. Khandelwal, Chairman, Haryana Real Estate Regulatory Authority (HRERA), Gurgaon and Apoorva Kumar Singh, Principal Secretary, Town and Country Planning and Urban Estates Department.
  • The book focuses on ways to prevent and control air pollution.
  • The book has given an elaborate explanation of law devised to prevent air pollution.
  • The book aims to create awareness on air pollution in society.

Feb 12, 2020

Release of the Book Essays & Reminiscences

  • SASTRA Law School & Palkhivala Foundation jointly organised the release of the book Essays & Reminiscences authored by senior advocate Arvind Datar. The book was released by Justice T. S. Sivagnanam, Judge, Madras High Court. First copies were received by Chancellor of SASTRA Prof. R. Sethuraman, Sr. Advs N. Venkatraman & N. L. Rajah and NSAB member Prof. R. Vaidyanathan.

Feb 01, 2020

Krishna's Book Launch Scrapped

  • Chennai-based Kalakshetra, an autonomous body under the ministry of Culture, cancelled the book launch of Ramon Magsaysay Award winner T. M. Krishna.
  • Krishna, a reputed Carnatic music singer, was to release his latest book, Sebastian & Sons: A brief history of Mrdangam Makers, on February 2, 2020 at the Rukmini Arangam auditorium of Kalakshetra, named after its founder, freedom fighter and Bharatnatyam exponent Rukmini Arundale. The letter written by Revathi Ramachandran, the director of Kalakshetra, and addressed to Westland publishers — which has published the book — stated that a review of the book which appeared in a newspaper contained "certain statements relating to the book which touch controversial issues and certainly have a lot of political overtones. We were unaware of the controversies surrounding the subject matter of the book at the time of renting our auditorium for the book release.
  • Krishna took four years to research and write, traces the story of Parlandu, a Dalit Christian and a well known mrdangam-maker.
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