Second Novel of controversial Arundhati Roy hits market

Tuesday 06 June 2017 3 weeks ago 32   Mumbai   Print

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Report  Web desk : MUMBAI: The second novel of renowned novelist and Indian critic Arundhati Roy The Ministry of Utmost Happiness hits the markets today. This is her second novel after two decades following her most popular and booker winning novel "The God of Small Things" that came out in 1990s and took Roy to peak of her literary success. Ms. Roy is well known for her aggressive stance against Kashmir policy of the Indian government and often she becomes part of controversies. Her second novel also sheds light on Kashmir issue as the novel starting from narrow lanes for Old Delhi moves to modern metropolis and expands to Kashmir. The novel is published by Penguin. 02