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Updated: February 4, 2013 16:24 IST

Lalita Iyer

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Lalita Iyer is a journalist and blogger based in Mumbai. Formerly Deputy Editor at the Hindustan Times, she currently is a columnist on Indian Express where she writes on parenting. Her first book, I'm pregnant, not terminally ill, you idiot (Amaryllis) takes a raw look at pregnancy and motherhood.

She blogs on mommygolightly.wordpress.com.

Lalita Iyer will be in conversation with Jugal Mody, Ravinder Singh and Sidin Vadukut at a session on Pop Friction in Chennai on February 17, 2013 at the Sir Mutha Venkatasubba Rao Concert Hall in Lady Andal School. She will also speak on Writing for the World's Youngest Nation later the same day.

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