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    Default India 1st narrative journalism magazine hits newsstands on Jan 1

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    India's first narrative journalism magazine 'The Caravan' will hit the newsstand countrywide on January 1, 2010.

    A magazine on the lines of 'The New Yorker', 'The Atlantic Monthly' and 'The Harpers' and characterised by the longform narrative writing, 'The Caravan' is being published by the Delhi Press Group of Publications, a leading magazine house in the country with 31 magazines in 9 languages.

    'The Caravan', originally started in 1939 by Vishwa Nath, was stopped in the 1980s, and the group last year decided to revive the old brand and reposition it as a narrative magazine, a gentre not yet tried in India's mainstream journalism.

    The inaugural January issue of 'The Caravan' has a cover story on the India lobby in the US.

    Miranda Kennedy, a long time South Asia correspondent in New Delhi and now a controbuting editor with 'The Caravan', investigates on how the Indian American community flexes political muscle in Washington DC.

    The contributinge editors of the magazine are leading international names in non-fiction writing and longform journalism including Deborah Baker, Amitava Kumar, Fatima Bhutto, Siddhartha Deb, Chandrahas Chaudhry, Siddhartha Deb, Mira Kamdar, Salil Tripathi, Sadanand Dhume, Siddhartha Dube and Basharat Peer.


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