This article was first published in Live Encounters Magazine, December 2012. In this issue of Live Encounters Magazine, in celebration of our 7th year, we thought it fit to republish this article because there is a timeless reality about the subject.
Beering and Fearing in Khajuraho by Harish Nambiar
Nambiar is a journalist with Reuters in Mumbai. He has been a mainstream English journalist in India since 1990, having begun his career with the Times of India group. He has worked with the Indian Express, CNBC, and The Telegraph, Kolkata. In the course of his career as a reporter he has covered the 1992–93 communal riots and the serial blasts in Bombay. He has been responsible for several exposés in his stint as an investigative reporter with the Indian Express, specializing in economic offences, including the union housing scam. His book Defragmenting India: Riding a Bullet through the Gathering Storm is available on www.amazon.com/Harish-Nambiar
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