P.V. Viswanath


Talking With a Terrorist: An Endless Call to India

By P.V. Viswanath

Talking With a Terrorist: An Endless Call to India
On the Wednesday night before Thanksgiving I was in my office in New York, preparing notes for a finance class I was set to teach the next week. I grew up in Mumbai, India, and I had heard earlier in the day from my brother about the terrorist attacks in my hometown, but I had thought it was going to be over quickly. Then my nephew called.Read More






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