Rogue Elephantpaint is a vivid and comprehensive picture of India today; of the tensions splitting the country, of the possible futures that await it and of what may happen if the people cannot control the beast. This revolutionary book will be the first to look at modern-day India through the characters that define it and to take a critical yet positive view of the nations future as a power.
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Simon Denyer was the India bureau chief for the Washington Post. Previously, he has been the Washington bureau chief for Reuters, he ran the Reuters bureau in India, and he spent two years immediately after 9/11 doing the same thing in Pakistan and Afghanistan. He is editor of Foreign Correspondent: Fifty Years of Reporting South Asia, an anthology of writing about the subcontinent. He has made frequent TV appearances in the United States and India, and also worked as for Reuters Television as an anchor and correspondent. He spent more than four years covering East Africa for Reuters out of Nairobi, and has also worked in New York, London, and Paris. He currently lives in China as the China bureau chief for the Washington Post.
A penetrating portrait of what has happened to India in the past five years and where it is headed, by the former Washington Post bureau chief in India.