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4 The Tragedy of Great Power Politics by John J. Mearshimer Shivaji Sondhi
6 India:Emerging Power by Stephen P. Cohen C. Uday Bhaskar
8 Kargil-Blood on Snow:Tactical Victory, Strategic Failure-A Critical
Analysis of the War
by Major General Ashok Kalyan Verma
S. K. Pillai
9 The History of General Sir Charles Napier's Conquest of Scinde by Lt.
Gen. Sir W.E.F. Napier and The Making of a Frontier: Five Years' Experiences and Adventures in digit, Hunza, Chitrai and the Eastern,
by Colonel Algernon Durand
Anirudh Deshpande
10 The Pathan Unarmed: Opposition and Memory in the Northwest Frontier
by Mukulika Banerjee
Dilip Simeon
12 Once A Happy Valley: Memoirs of an LC.S Officer in Sindh, 1938-1948 by Roger Pearce Uma Mahadevan-Dasgupta
13 A Hundred Encounters: With Modem Thinkers, Poets, Playwrights and Novelists by Sham Lal Achin Vanaik
14 The House of Blue Mangoes by David Davidar Nandini Lal
15 Dangerlok by Eunice de Souza Kalpish Ratna
16 Bertolt Brecht: Collected Plays, Volume 4 by edited by Tom Kuhn and JohnWillet Javed Malick
17 The Evening Gone by Suguna lyer Anna George
18 The Sequence: Inside the Race for the Human Genome by Kevin Davies Susan Chacko
20 Mind, Matter and Mystery: Questions in Science and Philosophy edited by Ranjit Nair Shobhit Mahajan
21 European Modernity: Science, Truth and Method by J.E.S. Uberoi Dhruv Raina
22 Babu Fictions: Alienation in Contemporary Indian Novels by Tabish Khair
and Angels: Unhinging Hinglish, The Language and Politics of Fiction in English from the Indian Subcontinent edited by Tabish Khair and Nanette Hale
Padmini Mongia
23 Middle India: Selected Short Stories by Bhisham Sahni, translated by Gillian Wright and Sleepwalkers by Joginder Paul Kartar Singh Duggal
25 The Bride's Mirror: A Tale of Life in Delhi a Hundred Years Ago by Nazir Ahmad, translated by G.E. Ward Ira Pande
26 Praise the Lord and What News Pilate? Two Novellas Paul Zacharia,
translated by Gita Krishnankutty
Vijay Nambisan
27 Dawn of Dreams by Abdus Samad, translated by Mehr Arshan Farooqi and Breaking Ties by Sara Aboobacker, translated by Vanamala Viswanatha Mahmood Farooqui
28 Hybrid Muse: Postcolonial Poetry in English by Jahan Ramazani Suvir Kaul
31 Lovelines: Poems of Longing and Despair by J.E Das Lakshmi Kannan
32 The Cartographer's Apprentice by RanJit Hoskote, Illustrations by Laxman Shreshtha and The Sleepwalker's Archive by Ranjit Hoskote and Used
by Makarand Paranjape
Eunice de Souza
33 Quiver:Poems and Ghazals by Javed Akhtar Raza Ali Mir
34 Sufi and Soldeirs in Awrangzeb's Deccan: Malfuzat-i-Naqshhandiya by translated from the Persian and with an Introduction by Simon Digby Seema Alavi
35 The World of Indian Ocean Merchant (1500-1800): Collected Essays of
Ashin Das Gupta
compiled by Uma Das Gupta with an Introduction by Sanjay Subrahmanyam
Ranabir Chakravarti
37 Vasco da Gama and the Linking of Europe and Asia edited by Anthonu Disney and Emily Booth Cheryl Martin
38 Travel and Ethnology in the Renaissance South India through European
Eyes, 1250-1625
by Jean-Pau Rubies
Pothik Ghosh
39 Bazaar by Dinesh Khanna with an Introduction by Manjula Padmanabhan Sabeena Gadihoke
SEEMA ALAVI is Associate Professor of History, Jamia Millia Islamia University, New Delhi.
C. UDAY Bhaskar is Deputy-Director, IDSA, New Delhi
SUSAN CHACKO is a Bioinformatics in Maryland, USA
RANABIR CHAKRAVARTI is Professor, Department of Ancient History and Culture, University of Calcutta. He specialises in the social and economic History of early India with an interest m the history of Indian Ocean trade A.D. 1500.
UMA MAHADEVAN-DASGUPTA is a civil servant based in Mumbai.
ANIRUDH DESHPANDE has a Ph.D in Modern Indian History from Jawaharlal Nehru University New Delhi. He is currently a fellow at the Nehru Memorial Museum and Library (NMML).
KARTAR SINGH DUGGAL writes in Hindi, Urdu, Punjabi and English. He has been awarded the Padma Bhushan and is a Member of Parliament, Rajya Sabha.
MAHMOOD FAROOQUI has an M.Phil in History from the University of Cambridge. He has produced, directed and acted in professional plays at Oxford, Cambridge and Delhi stage. He is presently looking to act in films in Bombay.
SABEENA GADIHOKE teaches at the Video and Television Production Mass Communication Research Centre Jamia Millia Islamia New Delhi.
ANNA GEORGE is a scientist at the National Institute of Immunology, New Delhi.
POTHIK GHOSH is Assistant Copy-Editor, Outlook, New Delhi.
SUVIR KAUL is the Director of Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign and Editor of The Partitions of Memory: The Afterlife of the Division of India (Permanent Black., 2001).
LAKSHMI KANNAN is a well-known bilingual writer and translator. She has written books of poems, fiction and translation and writes in Tamil in the pen-name of 'Kaveri'.
NANDIN1 LAL is a columnist and critic who has worked in journalism, advertising and publishing.
SHOBHIT MAHAJAN teaches at the Department of Physics and Astro-Physics, University of Delhi.
JAVED MALICK is an academic and theatre critic. He teaches English at the Delhi University and has written on a wide range of topics relating to theatre.
CHERYL MARTIN is Professor of History at University of Texas at El Paso.
RAZA ALI MIR teaches Management at the University of Monmouth and helps edit SAMAR (South Asian Magazine for Action and Reflection).
PADMINI MONGIA is a Professor of English at Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. She is currently working on a book examining the marketing of Indian fiction in English over the last few years.
VIJAY NAMBISAN is a journalist, poet and author of Bihar is in the Eyes of the Beholder (Penguin, 2000)
IRA PANDE works as an Editor at Dorling-Kindersley, New Delhi.
S.K. PILLAI is a former Deputy Chief of Army Staff and Director General of Infantry.
DHRUV RAINA works on the history of phtlosphy of science. He has recently joined the Faculty at the Zakir Hussain Centre for Education, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi..
KALPISH RATNA is the pseudonym under which Ishrat Syed and Kalpana Swaminathan write together. They edited the Books Page of the Sunday Observer and work as surgeons in Mumbai.
DILIP SIMEON is a historian.
SHIVAJI SONDHI is Associate Professor of Physics at Princeton University.
EUNICE DE SOUZA is a poet and novelist. She retired as Head of Department of English, St. Xavier's College, Mumbai.
ACHIN VANAIK is Visiting Professor, Academy of Third World Studies, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi.

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