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STINA ALMROTH is a scholar and Programme Associate with the Population Council.
KAMLA BHASIN works with the United Nations and is active with the women's movement in South Asia.
BRINDA BOSE teaches at the Department of English, Hindu College, Delhi University.
URVASHI BUTALIA is co-founder of Kali for Women and co-editor of Women and the Hindu Rights.
NEERA CHANDHOKE is Prof. at the Dept. of Political Science, University of Delhi. She is currently a Jawaharlal Nehru Fellow.
KEKI N. DARUWALLA is a writer and poet. His latest book is The Minister for Permanent Unrest and Other Stories.
NILIMA DAS teaches English. She is a poet and has written a book of poems titled My Roots.
SHOBORI GANGULI is Assistant Editor with The Pioneer, New Delhi.
ANIA LOOMBA is Associate Professor of English at the Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.
DILIP M. MENON is a Nehru Memorial Museum Library Fellow.
NIVEDITA MENON is a Lecturer in Political Science, Lady Shri Ram College, Delhi University.
RITU MENON is co-founder of Kali for Women. She is co-editor of Against All Odds: Essays on Women, Religion.and Development from India and Pakistan.
RAGHAV R. MENON is a music critic and author of several books including Pilgrim of the Swara: Life of K. L. Saigal.
SEVANTI NINAN is a columnist for The Hindu.
SHOBITA PUNJA is an art historian and author of Divine Ecstasy: The Story of Khajuraho and Daughters of the Ocean.
JULIET REYNOLDS is a freelance writer and art Critic based in Delhi.
NILANJANA S. ROY is Assistant Features Editor of Business Standard.
TANIKA SARKAR teaches English at St. Stephens College, Delhi University.
KATHINKA SINHA-KERKHOFF is a scholar and author of Save Ourselves and the Girls! Girlhood in Calcutta under the Raj.
SHELLEY WALIA is Professor of English at the Punjab University.
ANDREW WHITEHEAD is a former BBC Delhi correspondent. He has recently returned to India for the BBC.

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