Chandigarh DailyLifeStyleSIR WILLIAM MARK TULLY ADDRESSED AUDIENCE WHILE CHANDIGARH ART HERITAGE FESTIVAL 2014

SIR WILLIAM MARK TULLY ADDRESSED AUDIENCE WHILE CHANDIGARH ART HERITAGE FESTIVAL 2014

Sir William Mark Tully addressed audience while Chandigarh Art Heritage Festival 2014

Sep 14 2014|UT Guest House,Chandigarh

On the end day of Chandigarh Art & Heritage Festival Sir William Mark Tully addressed audience. The event organized by Sahitya Academy at U.T.Guest, Chandigarh on 14 September 2014. The title of the talk was “India: The road ahead”. At present, Tully works on short stories. While addressing the audience he condemned the mere simulation of high income’s country and life style. He perceived that income convergence is one of the factor to be stance and warned that if the western lifestyle is mindlessly transcribe, India would end up consuming 80% of total present global consumption of energy. He also expressed his despondency of attitude ‘to rule than to serve’ of institution of Indian Civil services that still reign in rural areas.
Sir William Mark Tully born in 1935. His father was a British business was a partner in one of the leading managing agencies of the British Raj. He is the former Bureau Chief of BBC for a period of 30 years. He held the position of Chief of Bureau, BBC, Delhi for 20 years. He joined BBC in 1964 and moved to India in 1965 to work as India correspondence.