Dilip Simeon is a well-known labour historian and public intellectual in India. He is chairperson of the Aman Trust. He was senior research fellow at Nehru Memorial Museum and Library between 2005 and 2008. A wide range of commentary and writing by Dilip Simeon has been distributed on the South Asia Citizens Wire. Among his earlier articles on sacw.net are: The Politics of the Labour Movement: An Essay on Differential Aspirations | A white line and a mosque (2000).
His first work of fiction “OK Tata: Mobiloil, Change and World Revolution” appeared in Civil Lines. His novel “Revolution Highway” was published by Penguin India in 2010.
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