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VOL. VII  NOS. 5 & 6 MAY-JUNE 2002 RS 50 UK £ 2.50 US $5


    VOL. VII  NOS. 5 & 6 40 PAGES MAY - JUNE 2002
4 The Impressionist by Hari Kunzru Indrajit Hazra
5 Family Matters by Rohinton Mistry Nilanjana S. Roy
7 The Visiting Moon by Susan Visvanathan Geeta Doctor
8 Black, White and Various Shades of Brown: The Best of Meenakshi Mukherjee
9 World bank Literature:An Essay Amitava Kumar
11 The Music of the Inferno by Frank Lentricchia Shelley Walia
12 The Loved Flaw: Stories freom Malysia by K.S. Maniam Paul Sharrad
13 The Cooking of Music by Sheila Dhar Ira Pande
14 The Prodigal: A Tribute to the legendary Sarangi player Pandit Acharya Ramnarayan Dilip Chitre
16 Raza Text by Ashok Vajpeyi and paintings by S.H. Raza Dileep Padgaonkar
17 Krishen Khanna: A Critical Biography by Gayatri Sinha Yashodhara Dalmia
20 The Enfant Terrible: A Tribute to Francis Newton Souza Krishen Khanna
21 "My Life and Times"-An Extract from Partiosh Sen: In Retospect Paritosh Sen
24 Sojourns of a Painter:Shyamal Dutta Ray by Mrinal Ghosh Ella Datta
25 Uses of Disenchantment:An Essay Kalpish Ratna
28 Retake of Amrita by Vivan Sundaram Sanjeev Saith
30 Myself, Mona Ahmed by Dayanti Singh Shohini Ghosh
32 Conversations with Indian Economists by V.S. Balasubramanayam Jean Dreze
33 The Everyday State and Society in Modern India edited by C.J. Fuller and Veronique Benei Bishnu Mohapatra
34 Reinventing India:Liberalization, Hindu Nationalisn and Polpular Democracy edited by Stuart Corbridge and John Harriss T.K. Oommen
35 Karl Marx and Fredrick Engels:On the National and Colonial Questions, Selected Writings edited with an Introduction by Aijaz Ahmad Arindam Sen
36 C.L.R. James:Cricket, The Caribbean, and World Revolution by Farrukh Dhondy Boria Majumdar
38 An Indian Cricket Century by Sujit MukherJee, edited and with an Introduction by Ramachandra Guha Rajdeep Sardesai
DILIP CHITRE writes poetry, fiction, essays in Marathi and English, translates Bhakti poetry, makes films and edits the journal New Quest
ELLA DATTA is a journalist and Senior Consultant Editor of The Telegraph. She has authored a book on artist Ganesh Pyne
YASHODHARA DALMIA is an art historian and an independent curator based in New Delhi. She is the author of The Making of Modem Indian Art: The Progressives (OUP,2001). At present she is working on a project on "Alternative Modernities"
GEETA DOCTOR is a freelance journalist who lives in Chennai. She is an art critic and literary reviewer who also writes on food and travel.
JEAN DREZE is Visting Professor at the G.B. Pant Social Science Institute, Allahabad. He has wide-ranging contributions to Development Economics with reference to India.
SHOHINI GHOSH teaches Video & TV Production at the AJK Mass Communication Research Centre, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi.
INDRAJIT HAZRA is the author of the novel The Burnt Forehead of Max Saul (Ravi Dayaal, 2000). He is Assistant Editor at Hindustan Times.
KRISHEN KHANNA is a painter who is also interested in Persian and English poetry, music and dance.
AMITAVA KUMAR teaches English at Penn-State University. He is the author of Passport Photos. His next book Bombay-London-New York, a literary memoir, will be published later this year.
BISHNU MOHAPATRA is Associate Professor at the Centre for Political Stutdies Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.
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
MEENAKSHI MUKHERJEE lives in Hyderabad. She has recently edited a volume published by Sahitya Akademi Early Novels in India (Delhi,2002).
T.K. OOMMEN is Professor at the Centre for the Study of Social Systems, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.
DILEEP PADGAONKAR is Executive Managing Editor of The Times of India.
IRA PANNDE is Editor at Dorling Kindersley, 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.
NILANJANA S. ROY is a Delhi-based writer on the books and the arts.
SANJEEV SAITH is a photographer and publisher based in New Delhi.
RAJDEEP SARDESAI is a Political Editior, New Delhi Television(NDTV)
ARINDAM SEN is the Director of Indian Institute of Marxist Studies, Calcutta.
PAUL SHARRAD is Associate Professor in English Studies at the University of Wollongong, Australia, where he teaches Postcolonial Literatures. He has published on Indian writing in English and Pacific literature, and contributed the introductory essay to Skoob Books' publication of K. S. Maniam's novel In A Far Country.
SELLEY WALIA is Professor of English at the Panjab University, Chandigarh.

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