Kiran Doshi is a retired Indian diplomat and educationist. His last novel, Jinnah often came to our House, received The Hindu Prize for the best work of fiction published in India, 2016. His earlier published works include a satirical novel set in the world of India-Pakistan-USA relations, and a collection of diplomatic tales written in comic verse. He has also co-authored a book, published in 2019, titled The Bugle Calls. A life in the Indian Army. He lives in New Delhi.
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