JNANPITH AWARD: The one that got away

As more skulls, bones and skeletons tumble out of Kaavya Viswanathan‘s rather bare cupboard, guess which “Most Important” Jnanpith Award-winning writer must be feeling mighty relieved that he built his fame when Google wasn’t around? And that he internalised and drew inspiration not from silly English novels—foolish Kaavya!—but from Hebrew novels? Considering the plagiarism that forms the platform of that author’s oeuvre, should India’s highest literary award be revoked from him? You know who, don’t you?