The prize consists of two round-trip economy class tickets London / Delhi with Air India, which operates 11 daily non-stop flights between the UK and India. The winners then spend two nights at the Maurya Sheraton in New Delhi, two nights at the Mughal Sheraton in Agra, two nights at the Rajputana Palace Sheraton in Jaipur and one night back in New Delhi. The holiday must be taken before March 1995, except between November and February.
To enter, answer these three questions. 1) What is the name of the writer of In Custody? 2) What is the language of the degenerate poet in the story? 3) For which director does Merchant regularly produce? Answers, on a postcard and by 22 June, to In Custody competition, Daily Arts, The Independent, 40 City Rd, London EC1Y 2DB. In Custody continues in London at the Minema until next Friday.Reuse content