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Durga annihilating the demon Mahisasura, 19th century, watercolour on paper,Collection Herwitz, from 'Kalighat Paintings: Images from a Changing World' by Jyotindra Jain and published by Mapin Publishing, Ahemdabad.

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   VOL. IV  NO. 9 & 10 36 PAGES SEPTEMBER - OCTOBER 1999
- Lollipop Street by Tavleen Singh Sumir Lal
- Dalits in Modern India: Vision and Values edited by S.M. Michael Chandra Bhan Prasad
- Globalisation gone berserk. An essay Sham Lal
- English and the Discourses of Colonialism by Alastair Pennycook Rumina Sethi
- The Colonial Other: Postcolonial Theory, A Critical Introduction by Leela Gandhi
Shiva Kumar Srinivasan
- Innovative India: Science & Technology Review edited by L.K.
Sharma & Sima Sharma
Shobhit Mahajan
- Knowledge, Power and Politics: Educational Institution in India
edited by Mushirul Hasan
S.C. Shukla
- 1947: Earth directed by Deepa Mehta, based on Bapsi Sidhwa's
novel Ice Candy Man
Srijana Mitra Das
- All that Rushdie did not see. An interview with Bapsi Sidhwa Anna Nadotti
- The Company of Women by Khushwant Singh Ishan Chaudhuri
- Looking for Maya by Atima Srivastava and Awake While All the
World is Asleep
by Shree Ghatage
Ira Singh
- The Book of Shadows by Namita Gokhale Nilanjana S. Roy
- The Flower Boy by Karen Roberts Nayantara Patel
- Devi: The Great Goddes--Female Divinity in South Asian Art
edited by Vidya Dehejia
Kunal Chakravarti
- Kalighat Painting: Images From a Changing World by Jyotindra Jain Geeti Sen
- The Death of Abbie Hoffman and Other Plays by Rana Bose and Mareech, the Legend and Jagannath by Arun Mukherjee Ella Datta
- Zaika: Kashmiri Pandit Cuisine by Sonya Atal Sapru Maryam Reshi
- Books on Indian Design and Architecture. An overview Kishore Singh
- Houses of Goa by Heta Pandit & Annabel Mascarenhas, Photography by Ashok Koshy and with a Foreword by Gerard da Cunha Darryl D'Monte
- Documenting Chandigarh, Volume I : The Indian Architecture of
Pierre Jeanneret, Edwin Maxwell Fry and Jane Beverly Drew
Kiran Joshi
Vikram Lall
- The Biblio Quiz Joy Bhattacharjjya
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JOY BHATTACHARJJYA is a television research consultant who is also a well-known quizmaster.
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KUNAL CHAKRABARTI teaches Ancient Indian History at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.
ELLA DATTA is Arts Editor at The Telegarh.
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SHOBHIT MAHAJAN teaches at the Department of Physics and Astrophysics, University of Delhi.
ANNA NADOTTI is a writer who has translated the works of Amitav Ghosh to Italian. She is based in Torino, Italy.
NAYANTARA PATEL is Senior Copy Editor at Intelligent Investor.
CHANDRA BHAN PRASAD is the convenor of the Dalit Shiksha Andolan.
MARYAM RESHI writes extensively on food and lifestyle for the Business Standard.
GEETI SEN is an art historian and author of Image and Imagination: Five Contemporary Artists in India.
RUMINA SETHI is Assistant Professor of English at Punjab University Chandigarh.
IRA SINGH teaches English at Miranda House, Delhi University.
KISHORE SINGH is Editor, Special Projects, Business Standard, New Delhi.
S.C. SHUKLA is a former teacher of education at Jamia Millia Islamia and Delhi University.
SHIVA KUMAR SRINIVASAN teaches at the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur.
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