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Section on 'Television in Asia': Robin Jeffrey & Nalin Mehta
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Cover Illustration of
Kiran Desai
by Dipankar Bhattacharya






A still from tele-serial Chanakya played on Doordarshan in 1991-92
Nalin Mehta on the saffron motifs of tele-serial Chanakya and the intertwining of History, Television and Indian Nationalism
Maya Ranganathan dissects the hyper-reality of Tamil soaps Kolangal and Kalki
Yongli Su reflects on the changes in the Chinese cultural sphere of the 90s through the first sit-com, Stories from an Editorial Board

 Crossroads in the history of education. © Parshant Panjiar
Geetha B Nambissan deliberates on why the education policies have failed the
tribal communities
Bernard D'Mello ponders whether Indian Institutes of Management are really Indian
Bhaskar Ghose on the nostalgia surrounding St. Stephen's College
Azra Razzack argues for the need to make schooling 'Muslim friendly'
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