Shrabani Basu

Shrabani Basu (2022) Shrabani Basu is an Indian journalist and historian, and the author of several books including ''Victoria & Abdul: The True Story of the Queen's Closest Confidant'' (2010), which was based on the friendship between Queen Victoria and Abdul Karim. It was subsequently adapted into the film ''Victoria & Abdul'' (2017). Earlier she authored ''Spy Princess: The life of Noor Inayat Khan'' (2006), following which she founded the Noor Inayat Khan Memorial Trust and campaigned for a memorial to Khan, which resulted in the erection of a bust in Gordon Square, London. In 2020, she unveiled a Blue Plaque outside Khan's London home on Taviton Street.

After compiling the stories of Indian men sent to Europe in 1914, she published ''For King and Another Country'' (2015), a book describing some of India's contributions in the First World War. Later she wrote a book about how Arthur Conan Doyle proved the innocence of an Indian lawyer, George Edalji, in the Midlands; ''The Mystery of the Parsee Lawyer: Arthur Conan Doyle, George Edalji and the case of the foreigner in the English village'' (2021). Provided by Wikipedia
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