Tino de Sa 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 the longest serving Chief Secretary of Madhya Pradesh.
Some of his poems have been included in anthologies of the Poetry Society of India and Delhi Poetree. He has twice been the first prize winner in the Times of India national short story competitions. "One for Sorrow, Two for Joy" is his second published collection of short stories, the first being "The Disrobing of Draupadi and Other Stories".
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