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|4||The Lost Rebellion: Kashmir in the Nineties by Manoj Joshi||Prem Shankar Jha|
|5||Pakistan Leadership Challengers by Lt.-General Jahan Dad Khan||Arvind N. Das|
|7||Virile Fantasies by Klaus Theweleit||Mario Corona|
|8||Vishnu on Freud's Desk: A Reader on Psychoanalysis and Hinduism edited by T.G. Vaidyanathan and Jeffrey J. Kripal||Shiv Kumar Srinivasan|
|10||Social Suffering edited by Arthur Kleinman, Veena Das & Margaret Lock||Rabindra Ray|
|11||A World to Win: Essays on the Communist Manifesto edited by Prakash Karat||Dipankar Bhattacharya|
|14||The Dispossessed: Victims of Development in Asia by Vinod Raina, Aditi Chowdhury & Sumit Chowdhury||Pamela Philipose|
|15||Ecology, Climate & Empire: The Indian Legacy in Global Environmental History 1400-1940 by Richard H. Grove||Alok Sinha|
|15||Why Post-colonialism hates revolutions. An essay||Tabish Khair|
|17||Subaltern Studies X by Gautam Bhadra, Gyan Prakash and Susie Tharu||Prathama Banerjee|
|19||The Origins of Postmodernity by Perry Anderson||Shelley Walia|
|20||The Sikhs by Patwant Singh||Amrik Singh|
|22||The Essential Works of Raja Rammohan Roy edited by Bruse Carlisle Robertson||Nandini Chatterjee|
|24||Pushkin's Button by Serena Vitale||Pankaj Mishra|
|25||The HarperCollins Book of Oriya Short Stories translated and edited by K.K. Mohapatra, Leelawati Mohapatra & Sudhansu Mohanty||Devdas Chhotray|
|27||Going Home by Lakshmi Kannan||Christine Gomez|
|28||Sister of My Heart by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni||Nilanjana S. Roy|
|29||Amita: No Holds Barred by Amita Malik||Shohini Ghosh|
|32||River of Colour: The India of Raghubir Singh by Raghubir Singh||H. Y. Sharada |
|34||In the City by the Sea by Kamila Shamsie||Meghant Sudan|
|COVER PHOTOGRAPH: Fishermen, Calicut, Kerala by RAGHUBIR SINGH from the book River of Colour: The India of Raghubir Singh published by Phaidon Press Limited|
PRATHAMA BANERJEE has done her PhD from the School of Oriental and African Studies, London on "Politics of Time: 'Primitives' and History-Writing in Colonial Bengal".
DIPANKAR BHATTACHARYA is the General Secretary of the Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist).
NANDINI CHATTERJEE studies at the Centre for Historical Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.
DEVDAS CHHOTRAY is a member of the Indian Administrative Service. He is also a writer and poet in Oriya.
SHOHINI GHOSH is a Reader, Video &Television Production at the Mass Communication Research Centre, Jamia Millia Islaima, New Delhi.
CHRISTINE GOMEZ is a Reader in English, Bharatidasan University, Tiruchirapalli.
PREM SHANKAR JHA is a columnist based in New Delhi. He is the author of several books including Kashmir 1947: Rival Versions of History.
TABISH KHAIR is Associate Professor, Department of English, University of Copenhagen. He has published several books of poetry and the novel Angel in Pyjamas.
PANKAJ MISHRA is a writer based in New Delhi and Simla. He is the author of Butter Chicken in Ludhiana.
PAMELA PHILIPOSE is a journalist with The Indian Express, New Delhi
H.Y SHARADA PRASAD was Information Advisor to the Prime Minister and is now a columnist.
RABINDRA RAY teaches Sociology in the Delhi School of Economics. He has published a book on Naxalites, several volumes of poetry and has written a tract Aditya Mimansa in Sanskrit.
ALOK SINHA is a member of the Indian Administrative Service.
AMRIK SINGH is an educationist who for many years edited The Indian Book Chronicle.
SHIV KUMAR SRINIVASAN teaches in the department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur.
MEGHANT SUDAN is a student of Philosophy in Delhi University.
SHELLEY WALIA is Associate Professor, Department of English, Panjab University, Chandigarh.