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Fanaticism is soon going to be as destructive as terrorism: Author Anees Salim

In an exclusive interview with India Today, author Anees Salim talks about the vision he brings to the page.

The author of five novels, Kochi based Anees Salim has won critical acclaim for his subtle, literary approach to tragedy. He spoke with India Today about the vision he brings to the page.

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