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Tino de Sa

Tino de Sa is the nom de pume of Anthony de Sa.

He grew up a thousand miles away from his ancestral island-village of Divar, Goa, in the dusty little central Indian railway town of Bhusaval, where his father ran a picture house and, off and on, was Mayor.

He took degrees at St. Xavier’s College in Bombay and then, as a Mason Fellow, at Harvard in the USA.

He joined the Indian Administrative Service (IAS) in 1980. His varied assignments included a stint with the United Nations, and culminated in his being one of the longest serving Chief Secretaries of Madhya Pradesh.

He is the winner of a first prize in the Times of India national short story competition. 'The Disrobing of Draupadi and other stories' is his first published collection of short stories.