‘I think of myself as Indian in a sense that includes Pakistan’

He’s
one of the subcontinent’s most exciting literary talents. His new book ‘Noon’
explores violence in South Asia. Son of Pakistani politician Salman Taseer,
assassinated after defying Islamist groups,
Aatish
Taseer speaks with
Srijana Mitra
Das about…

He's one of the subcontinent's most exciting literary talents. His new book 'Noon' explores violence in South Asia. Son of Pakistani politician Salman Taseer, assassinated after defying Islamist groups, Aatish Taseer speaks with Srijana Mitra Das about nations, truth, lies and ties that bind - or break - people.

‘I think of myself as Indian in a sense that includes Pakistan’

He’s
one of the subcontinent’s most exciting literary talents. His new book ‘Noon’
explores violence in South Asia. Son of Pakistani politician Salman Taseer,
assassinated after defying Islamist groups,
Aatish
Taseer speaks with
Srijana Mitra
Das about…

He's one of the subcontinent's most exciting literary talents. His new book 'Noon' explores violence in South Asia. Son of Pakistani politician Salman Taseer, assassinated after defying Islamist groups, Aatish Taseer speaks with Srijana Mitra Das about nations, truth, lies and ties that bind - or break - people.

‘I think of myself as Indian in a sense that includes Pakistan’

He’s
one of the subcontinent’s most exciting literary talents. His new book ‘Noon’
explores violence in South Asia. Son of Pakistani politician Salman Taseer,
assassinated after defying Islamist groups,
Aatish
Taseer speaks with
Srijana Mitra
Das about…

He's one of the subcontinent's most exciting literary talents. His new book 'Noon' explores violence in South Asia. Son of Pakistani politician Salman Taseer, assassinated after defying Islamist groups, Aatish Taseer speaks with Srijana Mitra Das about nations, truth, lies and ties that bind - or break - people.

Sunday times exclusive extract

Sahil Tabassum once said to me, ‘I like a book to have a beginning, a middle and an end.’ I thought to myself…mine cannot be that kind of book. The gaps in my life were too many, the threads too few.

Sahil Tabassum once said to me, ‘I like a book to have a beginning, a middle and an end.’ I thought to myself...mine cannot be that kind of book. The gaps in my life were too many, the threads too few.

Sunday times exclusive extract

Sahil Tabassum once said to me, ‘I like a book to have a beginning, a middle and an end.’ I thought to myself…mine cannot be that kind of book. The gaps in my life were too many, the threads too few.

Sahil Tabassum once said to me, ‘I like a book to have a beginning, a middle and an end.’ I thought to myself...mine cannot be that kind of book. The gaps in my life were too many, the threads too few.

Sunday times exclusive extract

Sahil Tabassum once said to me, ‘I like a book to have a beginning, a middle and an end.’ I thought to myself…mine cannot be that kind of book. The gaps in my life were too many, the threads too few.

Sahil Tabassum once said to me, ‘I like a book to have a beginning, a middle and an end.’ I thought to myself...mine cannot be that kind of book. The gaps in my life were too many, the threads too few.