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  VOL. VIII   NOS. 7 & 8 40 PAGES JULY - AUGUST 2003
4 We Were Not Lovers like That by Navtej Sarna Karishma Hussain
5 Brick Lane by Monica Ali Alice Albinia
6 One Day by Ardashir Vakil Anita Roy
7 The Little Friend by Donna Tartt Leeya Mehta
8 My Passage from India: A Filmmaker’s Journey from Bombay to Hollywood to Beyond by Ismail Merchant Shohini Ghosh
10 Montage: Life, Politics, Cinema by Mrinal Sen Khalid Mohamad
11 Shyam Benegal by Sangeeta Datta Pankaj Butalia
12 Parama and Other Outsiders: The Cinema of Aparna Sen by Shoma A. Chatterji Uma Mahadevan Dasgupta
13 Mother India by Gayatri Chatterji Shuddhabrata Sengupta
14 Being and Becoming: The Cinemas of Asia edited by Aruna Vasudev, Latika Padgaonkar and Rashmi Doraiswamy Sudhir Bose
16 Bollywood Dreams: An Exploration of the Motion Picture Industry and its Culture in India by Jonathan Torgovnik Shuddhabrata Sengupta
18 Balham to Bollywood by Chris England Sharmishtha Gooptu
20 History of Indian Cricket by Mihir Bose Rajdeep Sardesai
21 Batting for the Empire: A Political Biography of Ranjitsinhji by Mario Rodrigues Boria Majumdar
23 Cricket and England: A Cultural and Social History of the Inter-War Years by Jack Williams Subhas Ranjan Chakraborty
25 Athleticism in the Victorian and Edwardian Public School: The Emergence and Consolidation of an Educational Ideology
by J.A.Mangan
Arun Bandopadhyay
26 A History of West Indies Cricket by Michael Manley with
Donna Symmonds
Avinash Ketwaroo
27 Cutting Edge: My Autobiography by Javed Miandad
(with Saad Shafaqat)
Shamya Dasgupta
29 Sport, Media, Culture: Global and Local Dimensions edited by Alina Bernstein and Neil Blain Kingshuk Chatterjee
30 Football, Europe and the Press by Liz Crolley and David Hand Jayaditya Gupta
32 Africa Football and FIFA by Paul Darby Dileep Premchandran
33 Sport in Asian Society: Past and Present edited by J.A. Mangan
and Fan Hong
Kausik Bandyopadhyay
35 ‘Cricket for Sale’: The game’s journey from the maidan to the boardroom Frederick Ribeiro
36 Of Cricket, Guinness and Gandhi: Essays on Indian History
and Culture
by Vinay Lal
Uttam Sengupta
38 Diksha at St. Martin’s by Siddharth Chowdhury Amitava Kumar
39 ‘Unpolicing the candle’: In memory of Arvind N. Das: scholar, Marxist
and a cherished colleague
Tabish Khair
ALICE ALBINIA is a freelance writer and editor and a post-graduate student at the School of Oriental and African Studies, London.
ARUN BANDOPADHYAY is Nurul Hasan Professor of History at Calcutta University.
KAUSIK BANDYOPADHYAY is Lecturer, Department of History, North Bengal University and Reviews Editor, Soccer and Society (Frank Cass, London).
SUDHIR BOSE has won the national award as the best film critic; he is Reader in English at Shaheed Bhagat Singh College, University of Delhi.
PANKAJ BUTALIA is a Delhi-based filmmaker.
SUBHAS RANJAN CHAKRABORTY is Professor in History, Presidency College, Kolkata.
KINGSHUK CHATTERJEE teaches history at Scottish Church College, Calcutta and is a guest lecturer at the Department of Islamic History and Culture, Calcutta University. He is working towards his doctorate on Islamic politics at the Department of History, Calcutta University.
UMA MAHADEVAN-DASGUPTA is a civil servant based in Mumbai.
SHAMYA DASGUPTA is a sports journalist currently working with The Indian Express, New Delhi.
SHOHINI GHOSH is Reader, Video & TV Production at the AJK Mass Communication Research Centre, Jamia Millia Islamia.
SHARMISHTHA GOOPTU is a Ph.D. student at the University of Chicago.
JAYADITYA GUPTA is Senior Editor, The Indian Express, New Delhi.
KARISHMA HUSSAIN works as copy editor for the theatre journal Prithvi Notes and has published poems in The Little Magazine.
AVINASH KETWAROO is a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford University pursuing an M.Sc. in Medical Imaging.
AMITAVA KUMAR is the author, most recently, of a literary memoir, Bombay-London-New York (Penguin-India and Routledge).
TABISH KHAIR is Associate Professor in the Department of English, Aarhus University, Denmark, and the author of several books.
BORIA MAJUMDAR is the Executive Editor of the International Journal of History of Sports (Frank Cass, London).
LEEYA MEHTA has worked as an entrepreneur, non-profit sector consultant, and business and travel writer. She read Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Oxford University on the Radhakrishnan scholarship. Her short stories have been published by International Gallerie and The Little Magazine.
KHALID MOHAMAD is a film critic and filmmaker.
DILEEP PREMCHANDRAN is an Assistant Editor with Wisden Asia Cricket magazine. He is a keen sports enthusiast, with football topping the list.
FREDERICK RIBEIRO is a practising landscape architect and sports enthusiast based in New Delhi.
ANITA ROY is a freelance editor, publisher and critic living and working in New Delhi.
RAJDEEP SARDESAI is Managing Editor, New Delhi Television.
SHUDDHABRATA SENGUPTA is a Delhi-based filmmaker and member of Raqs Collective.
UTTAM SENGUPTA is based in Kolkata as the Resident Editor of The Telegraph’s Jharkhand editions and has earlier worked for India Today and The Times of India.

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