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Burnt houses of Muslims at Shahpura, Ahmedabad, Gujarat.
(2002). Photograph © Prashant Panjiar

 

Osama illustration Shekhar Gurera
Frederic Grare traces the rise of the Jamaat-i-Islami in Pakistan
 
 
Tabish Khair discovers new sub-genres in post-colonial literature on reading Philip Hensher's The Mulberry Empire and Romesh Gunesekera's new novel Heaven's Edge
Kalpish Ratna finds no sense of immediacy in Amit Chaudhuri's Real Time; Bharati Mukherjee returns with Desireable Daughters
Nirmal Kanti Bhattacharjee wonders if T. S. Eliot could be accused of literary kleptomania on reading about his French connection
 
Pratik Kanjilal navigates through Silicon Valley and desi alleys in Chidanand Rajghatta's The Horse that Flew: How India's Silicon Gurus Spread their Wings and announces that the new the IT wave is back now in India
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