Vijay Nair (author)

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Vijay Nair was a writer based in Bangalore. He is the author of Let Her Rest Now (fiction), published by Hachette India, 2012, The Boss is not your Friend (non-fiction) published by Hachette India in 2011, Master of Life Skills (fiction) published by Harper Collins in 2006, and a collection of plays in 2003. He is also a theatre director, critic and columnist, and organisation coach and consultant. A recipient of the Fulbright Senior Research Grant and the British Council Charles Wallace Award, he was also awarded a US State Department Grant to attend the International Writers Program at the University of Iowa. He died of cardiac arrest on 5 September 2013 in Bangalore.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10]

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  7. ^ http://news-releases.uiowa.edu/2007/october/101907playwrights_iwp.html
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  9. ^ http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2010-04-04/parenting/28135933_1_child-actors-middle-class-auditions
  10. ^ http://www.hindu.com/lr/2009/01/04/stories/2009010450050100.htm