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- Solo by Rana Dasgupta Mitali Saran
- Jeff in Venice, Death in Varanasi by Geoff Dyer Shougat Dasgupta
- A Place Within: Rediscovering India by M G Vassanji Sanjay Sipahimalani
- Stranger to History: A Son’s Journey through Islamic Lands
by Aatish Taseer
Adeel Mehdi
- (Un)settled: Notes from a Shifting Life by Kamini Karlekar Rashmi Sadana
- The Open Road: The Global Journey of the Fourteenth Dalai Lama
by Pico Iyer
Kranti Saran
- My China Diary 1956-88 by K. Natwar Singh Srikanth Kondapalli
- India China Relations: The Border and Beyond by Mohan Guruswamy & Zorawar Daulet Singh Inder Malhotra
- Kashmir—1947-1965: A Story Retold by Manoj Joshi Amitabh Mattoo
- Words, Words, Words: Adventures in Diplomacy by T. P. Sreenivasan Parshotam Mehra
- Electoral Politics in Indian States: Lok Sabha Elections in 2004 and Beyond edited by Sandeep Shastri, K.C. Suri and Yogendra Yadav Paranjoy Guha Thakurta
- A Time of Transition: Rajiv Gandhi to the 21st Century
by Mani Shankar Aiyar
Harsh Sethi
- Narendra Modi: The Architect of a Modern State by M.V. Kamath and Kalindi Randeri Shiv Visvanathan
- Madhavrao Scindia: A Life by Vir Sanghvi and Namita Bhandare Jawed Naqvi
- Fascinating Hindutva: Saffron Politics and Dalit Mobilisation by Badri Narayan and Violent Gods: Hindu Nationalism in India’s Present, Narratives from Orissa by Angana P. Chatterji Manisha Sethi
- History in the Vernacular edited by Raziuddin Aquil and Partha Chatterjee Aditya Nigam
- Creative Pasts, Historical Memory and Identity in Western India 1700- 1960 by Prachi Deshpande Veena Naregal
- Venomous Touch: Notes on Caste, Culture and Politics by Ravikumar; Translated from Tamil by R. Azhagarasan with a Foreword by Susie Tharu Paul Sharrad
- Khairlanji: A Strange and Bitter Crop by Anand Teltumbde Shivam Vij
- The Illustrated History of the Freedom Struggle, Project Editor and Photo Research by Veena Baswani Rudrangshu Mukherjee
- Trade and Globalisation and Liberalisation and Development
by Deepak Nayyar
Prem Shankar Jha
- Eunuch Park: Fifteen Stories of Love and Destruction
by Palash Krishna Mehrotra
Trisha Gupta
- Etudes by Aseem Kaul Rahul Soni
- Family Values by Abha Dawesar Mihir S. Sharma
- Savage Humans and Stray Dogs: A Study in Aggression
by Hiranmay Karlekar
Patricia Uberoi
- I Wish You Were Here: Memories of a Gay Life by Sunil Gupta Shohini Ghosh
- Whistling in the Dark: Twenty-one Queer Interviews edited by
R. Raj Rao and Dibyajyoti Sarma
Ponni Arasu and Shalini Krishan
PONNI ARASU is a queer, feminist activist and researcher working with the Alternative Law Forum, Bangalore.

SHOUGAT DASGUPTA is a graduate student in English Literature. He lives in Washington, DC.

SHOHINI GHOSH is Zakir Hussain Professor at the AJK Mass Communication Research Centre, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi.

TRISHA GUPTA is a Delhi-based anthropologist and freelance writer.

PREM SHANKAR JHA is a columnist and author of Twilight of the Nation-State: Globalisation, Chaos and War (Sage, 2006). His most recent book is Managed Chaos:The Fragility of the Chinese Miracle (Sage, 2009).

SRIKANTH KONDAPALLI is Professor in Chinese Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.

SHALINI KRISHAN is a queer writer and editor from New Delhi.

INDER MALHOTRA is a former editor of The Times of India and a syndicated columnist and political commentator. He is both a Nehru Fellow and a Woodrow Wilson Fellow, and author of four books, including a biography of Indira Gandhi (Hodder & Stoughton, 1989).

AMITABH MATTOO is Professor of International Politics at Jawaharlal Nehru University.

ADEEL MEHDI teaches English at Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi.

PARSHOTAM MEHRA has written extensively on India’s land frontiers and relations with China and Tibet. He is the author of Essays in Frontier History: India, China and the Disputed Border (Oxford University Press, 2007).

RUDRANGSHU MUKHERJEE is Editor, Editorial Pages, The Telegraph, Calcutta.

VEENA NAREGAL is with the Institute of Economic Growth, Delhi.

ADITYA NIGAM is Fellow, Centre for the Study of Developing Societies, Delhi.

JAWED NAQVI is a Delhi-based journalist who writes for Dawn, Karachi.

RASHMI SADANA is an American Institute of Indian Studies (AIIS) research fellow in Delhi. Her essays on the politics of language and Indian literary production have appeared in Interventions and Public Culture.

KRANTI SARAN is working on a doctoral degree in Philosophy at Harvard University. His interests range broadly over the philosophy of mind, metaphysics and epistemology.

MITALI SARAN is a Delhi-based freelance columnist, writer and editor.

HARSH SETHI is Consulting Editor of Seminar

MANISHA SETHI teaches at the Centre for the Study of Comparative Religions and Civilizations, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi.

MIHIR S. SHARMA is Assistant Editor with the Indian Express, New Delhi.

PAUL SHARRAD teaches postcolonial literatures at the University of Wollongong in Australia. He has books on Raja Rao, the Pacific writer Albert Wendt and a monograph on postcolonial literary history and the Indian English novel due out later this year.

SANJAY SIPAHIMALANI is a writer working in an advertising agency in Bombay. His reviews are collected at

RAHUL SONI is co-editor of Pratilipi.

PARANJOY GUHA THAKURTA is an educator and an independent journalist whose works cut across different media – print, radio, television and documentary cinema.

PATRICIA UBEROI was formerly Professor of Sociology, Institute of Economic Growth, and Honorary Director of the Institute of Chinese Studies, Delhi. She is presently Nannerl O. Keohane Distinguished Visiting Professor at the University of North Carolina.

SHIV VISVANATHAN is a social scientist.

SHIVAM VIJ is a political journalist with Open magazine in Delhi.


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