The Homestretch | Jan 8, 2013 | 3:04

Pages From An Immigrant's Diary

Calgary geophysicist and writer Sudhir Jain has put a collection of his stories into a new book called Pages From An Immigrant's Diary. He dropped by the studio to read a section from the chapter about his return to India.

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