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. See a collection reviews of Revolution Highway here.
See online : Dilip Simeon’s Blog