Critical events: An Anthropological Perspective on Contemporary India
by Veena Das
|-||Red Earth and Pouring Rain by Vikram Chandra||Eunice De Souza|
|-||Event, Metaphor, Memory : Chauri Chaura, 1922-1992 by Shahid Amin||Arvind N. Das|
|-||A Son of the Circus by John Irving||Meenakshi Mukherjee|
Beyond The Stars - The Memoirs of Sergei Eisenstein Edited by
Richard Taylor, translated from the Russian original by William Powell
|-||The Moor's Last Sigh Salman Rushdie||Eunice De Souza|
|-||The Collected Poems of A.K. Ramanujan||R. Raj Rao|
India: Economic Development and Social Opportunity Jean Dreze,
The Haunted Land: Facing Europe's Ghosts After Communism by
|Timothy Garton Ash|
|-||The Information by Martin Amis||Rashida Ghadiali|
|-||Cross Channel by Julian Barnes||S.Prasannarajan|
|-||Cuba and the Night by Pico Iyer||Debashish Munshi|
|-||Kashmir 1947: Rival Versions of History by Prem Shankar Jha||Ajit Bhattacharjea|
India Inscribed: European and British writing on India 1600-1800 by
|-||The Unhappy Consciousness:Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay and the Formation of Nationalist Discourse in India by Sudipta Kaviraj||Rudrangshu Mukherjee|
|-||Hot Death, Cold Soup by Manjula Padmanabhan||Namita Gokhale|
Short Stories: Masti Venkatesha Iyengar Translated and edited by
|-||Edwina and Nehru by Catherine Clement||Raj Chatterjee|
|-||Muslim Festivals in India and Other Essays by Garcin de Tassy||Shahid Amin|
|-||Age and Guile beat Youth, Innocence and a Bad Haircut by P J. O'Rourke||Peter Mcmanus|
|-||The Wordsmiths edited by Meenakshi Sharma||Eunice De Souza|
A Funny Tiling Happened On The Way To The Cemetery:
From A Sri Lankan Life by Carl Muller
|-||Satyajit Ray: Beyond the Frame by Surabhi Banerjee||Indrani Mazumdar|
|-||Vox: New Indian Fiction edited by Jeet Thayil||Ira Pande|
|-||Unfinished Innings by Madhav Godbole||Bhaskar Ghose|
|-||Lineages of the Present by Aijaz Ahmad||Debashish Munshi|
|-||Literary Trails by Bill Aitken||Peter Mcmanus|
|-||Signs of our Times: IIC Quarterly, Summer 1996 edited by Geeti Sen||Dileep Padgaonkar|
|-||New Writing 5: An Anthology edited by Christopher Hope, Peter Porter||Lakshmi Kannan|
|-||My South Block Years: Memoirs of a Foreign Secretary by J.N. Dixit||Mani Shankar Aiyar|
Bombay: A Contemporary Account of Mumbai by Namas Bhojani,
Women and Law in Colonial India: A Social History by Janaki Nair and
Subversive Sites: Feminist Engagements with Law in India by
Ratna Kapur, Brenda Cossman
|-||An Angel in Pyjamas by Tabish Khair||Sagarika Ghose|
|-||Of reviewers, referees and publishers: Nostalgia||T. N. Madan|
HARSH SETHI is with Sage Publications, New Delhi.
EUNICE DE SOUZA, poet and critic, teaches English at Bombay's St Xaviers's college.
MEENAKSHI MUKHERJEE is a well-known literary critic.She teaches English at Jawahar Lal Nehru University, New Delhi.
PARTHA CHATTERJEE is a film critic.He lives in New Delhi.
R.RAJ RAO, a poet and novelist, teaches english at the university of Poona.
TIMOTHY GARTEN ASH is a fellow at St Antony's College, Oxford.His books include The Magic Lantern,The uses of Adversity and , most recently, In Europe's Name: Germany and the divided Continent.
S PRASANNARAJAN is a senior editor with the Indian Express, New Delhi.
AJIT BHATTACHAREJA is a coloumnist and Director, Press Institute of India.
IRA PANDE taught at the Department of English, Punjab University Chandigarh.She is now an assistant editor with Seminar.
NAMITA GOKHALE is the author of two novels.
MAKARAND PARANJAPE is an associate professor of humanities at the Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi.
RAJ CHATTERJEE is a writer.
SHAHID AMIN teaches History at the Delhi University.
PETER MCMANUS is a travel writer and photographer.
INDRANI MAZUMDAR is a freelance writer.
BHASKAR GHOSE is a retired civil servant and a newspaper coloumnist.
DEBASHISH MUNSHI is a freelance journalist, based in New Zealand.
LAKSHMI KANNAN is a poet and novelist and writes in Engish and Tamil.
MANI SHANKAR AIYAR, former diplomat and ex-MP, is a cloumnist.
RAJDEEP SARDESAI is a political editor, New Delhi Television.
MALAVIKA KARLEKAR is a editor, Indian Journal of Gender Studies.
SAGARIKA GHOSE is a special correspondent with Outlook.
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