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 VOL. VI  NOS. 7 & 8 40 PAGES    JULY - AUGUST  2001
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4 Pakistan's Foreign Policy: A Reappraisal by Shahid M. Amin and From a Head, To a Head, Through a Head: The Secret Channel between the U. S and China through Pakistan by Fakir Syed Aijazuddin   G. Parthasarthy
6 Constitutional and Political Development of Pakistan by Hamid Khan   Mubarak Ali
7 'The Partition, 1947' from Lahore, 1947 edited by Ahmad Salim and with an Introduction by Ian Talbot. An Extract   Muhammed Zafrullah
8 The Partition of Memories: The Afterlife of the Division of India edited by Suvir Kaul   Rubina Saigol
11 Language, Education and Culture by Tariq Rahman   Alok Sinha
12 Poems from Iqbal: Renderings in English Verse with Comparative Text Translated by V.G. Kiernan and Poems by Faiz Ahmed Faiz translated, with an Introduction and notes by V. G. Kiernan   Mushirul Hasan
13 Amritsar to Lahore: Crossing the Border between India and Pakistan by Stephen Alter   Manisha Sethi
14 From a Kashmir Notebook. Conversations with Kashmiri women   Uma Chakravarty
17 Women, War and Peace in South Asia: Beyond Victimhood to Agency edited by Rita Manchanda   K. S. Subramanian
19 Chitra: Cities and Monuments of Eighteenth-Century India from French Archives by Jean-Marie Lafont   Narayani Gupta
20 India Through the Lens: Photography 1840-1911 edited by Vidya Dehejia   Shuddhabrata
23 A European Experience of the Mughal Orient: the I 'jaz-I-Arsalani (Persian letters, 1773-1779) of Antoine-Louis Henri Polier translated and with an Introduction by Muzaffar Alam and Seema Alavi   C. A. Bayly
24 Reversing the Gaze: Amar Singh's Diary, A Colonial Subject's Narrative of Imperial India edited and commentary by Sussane Hocher Rudolph, Lloyd I. Rudolph with Mohan Singh Kanota   Aparna Vaidik
26 The Picador Book of Cricket edited by Ramachandra Guha   Rajdeep Sardesai
27 Start of Play: Cricket and Culture in Eighteenth century England by David Underdown   Boria Majumdar
28 Driving the Empire Back and Breaking the Stereotype - commentaries on the film Lagaan   Boria Majumdar &
  Prem Chowdhury
30 Colonial India and the Making of Empire Cinema: Image, Ideology and Identity by Prem Chowdhry   Kathryn Hansen
32 Rows and Rows of Fences: Ritwik Ghatak on Cinema   Partha Chatterjee
34 Pleasure and the Nation: The History, Politics and Consumption of Public Culture in India edited by Rachel Dwyer and Christopher Pinney   Sharmishtha Gooptu
35 The Picador Book of Modern Indian Literature edited by Amit Chaudhuri   Nilanjana S. Roy
37 Uncollected Prose and Poems: A. K. Ramanujan edited by Molly Daniels-Ramanujan and Keith Harrison   Nandini Lal
38 Arvind Das and the Working Classes in India. A reminisce   Peter Waterman
MUBARAK ALI is an historian and Editor of the quarterly Tarikh.
C. A. BAYLY is the Vere Harmsworth Professor of Imperial History at Cambridge University, author of Rulers, Townsmen and Bazaars and Empire and Information.
UMA CHAKRAVARTY teaches history at Miranda House, Delhi University. She is associated with the democratic rights movement and the women's rights.
PARTHA CHATTERJEE is a filmmaker and writer on cinema.
PREM CHOWDHRY is a U. G. C. fellow at the Nehru Memorial Museum and Library. She is the author of The Veiled Woman: Shifting Gender Equations in Rural Haryana, 1880-1990 (1994) and Colonial India and the Making of Empire Cinema: Image, Ideology and Identity (2000).
NARAYANI GUPTA teaches at the Department of History and Culture, Jamia Millia Islamia,New Delhi.
SHARMISHTHA GOOPTU is a Ph.D student working on the history of Bengali cinema.
KATHRYN HANSEN is Director of the Center for Asian Studies at the University of Texas-Austin, where she teaches courses in Hindi literature, theatre, cinema, and gender studies.
MUSHIRUL HASAN is professor of Modern Indian History in Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi.
MUHAMMED ZAFRULLAH KHAN was Pakistan's first foreign minister and later rose to become the president of the General Assembly of the United Nations and president of the International court of Justice at the Hague.
NANDINI LAL is a columnist and critic who has worked in journalism, advertising and publishing.
BORIA MAJUMDAR is a D.Phil Student in History working on the 'Social history of Cricket in India', at St. John's College Oxford on a Rhodes scholarship.
G. PARTHASARTHY is a diplomat who has served as India's Counsel General in Karachi and thereafter as High Comissioner of India to Pakistan.
NILANJANA S. ROY is a Delhi-based freelance writer on books and the arts.
RUBINA SAIGOL has written books and articles on nationalism, gender, education and human rights and the state. She is a rights activist based in Lahore.
RAJDEEP SARDESAI is Political Editor, New Delhi Television.
SUDDHABRATA SENGUPTA is a documentary filmmaker with the Raqs Collective and a freelance writer based in New Delhi
ALOK SINHA is presently Principal Secretary, Dairy Development in UP and is actively interested in South Asia, especially Pakistan.
K. S. SUBRAMANIAN is a former civil servant, is currently with UNICEF, New Delhi
APARNA VAIDIK is a research scholar working on the history of Andaman Islands at the Centre for Historical Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.
PETER WATERMAN retired from the Institute of Social Studies, The Hague, in 1998. He is the author of Globalisation, Social Movements and the New Internationalisms (Cassell, 1998) and co-editor with Ronaldo Munck of Labour Worldwide in the Era of Globalisation: Alternative Union Models in the New World Order (Macmillan, 1999).

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