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Making The Minister Smile Meet Chris Stark, a former player of American football who, as he himself is the first to accept, think pretty good but don t talk that great on account of playing too much football Following the opportunities created by Liberalisation, his family s corporation has entered into a business collaboration with an Indian company, and this has brought the sportive young man to Delhi While in India he becomes enmeshed in industrial disputes, political machinations, weird intelligence webs and an unfortunate love affair, besides various other oddities The solution to the entire Gordian knot of problems lies in making the Minister smile What happens

  • Unknown Binding
  • 219 pages
  • Making The Minister Smile
  • Anurag Mathur
  • English
  • 03 November 2018
  • 8175390018

About the Author: Anurag Mathur

Anurag Mathur was born in New Delhi and educated at Scindia School Gwalior , St Stephen s College Delhi , and the University of Tulsa Oklahoma He lived for three years in the U.S.A before returning home to India to embark on a career in journalism and publishing He now lives in New Delhi and contributes regularly to leading Indian magazines and newspapers He is also the author of a travel guide called 22 Days in India.A fanatical cricket player, he also plays tennis and enjoys travelling.



10 thoughts on “Making The Minister Smile

  1. says:

    No climax, no proper end builds up to the climax then ends abrupty good view of india through the eyes of a foreigner

  2. says:

    book is no competition to The Inscrutable Americans that was the first book of author Anurag Mathur That one was real good humor and satire and I have already written about it earlier Making the Minister Smile is his attempt to write about political corruption in India and he had some success in doing it Since the idea of political corruption is hot in the media currently, I thought of writing about this book though there is very little in the book that book is no competition to The Inscrutable Americans that was the first book of author Anurag Mathur That one was real good humor and satire and I have already written about it earlier Making the Minister Smile is his attempt to write about political corruption in India and he had some success in doing it Since the idea of political corruption is hot in the media currently, I thought of writing about this book though there is very little in the book that inspires.The story is about industrialist family who are facing labor trouble in their factory The union leaders are asking for unreasonable demands The family seeks intervention from Minister but do not get favorable hearing Their problems increase as they look for alternate solution including connection to first family of politics Eventually, they are able to offer some solution that makes the minister smile and their problems are solved.The whole story is about what all a person has to do to make a minister smile There are layers of connections, subtle hints which flow from the political system which needs to be understood by people if they wish to survive in business Author has also taken liberty with portrayal of social fabric in India where wives are gettingbold about their needs and life of poor people has little meaning and is considered expendable I felt that the author could not do justice to the whole subject and somehow the presentation of satire, humor got mixed up with a serious topic

  3. says:

    Inane Big let down

  4. says:

    TRASH

  5. says:

    again written with a lot of wit and intelligence

  6. says:

    A very pathetic book Strictly advice to not to read it

  7. says:

    False

  8. says:

    was slightly disappointed with this one esp since i d just read mathur s the inscrutable americans..

  9. says:

    crappy

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