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  In bad faith
  Vol III : issue 2

  K.G. Kannabiran
  Irfan Habib
  Ashis Nandy
  Atul Dodiya
Dilip Chitre
  Geetanjali Shree
  Paul Zacharia
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Sukumari Bhattacharji - Psudo-myths and psudo-history (Essay) - The Sangh Parivar's claims about the glories of the Vedic age betray their abysmal ignorance of both scripture and history.
Urvashi Butalia - The culture of violence (Essay) - It's become the leitmotif of the Hindutva brand of nationalism, and the women who participate in it are ultimately its victims.
Dhiruben Patel - Remembering Rajab (Personal essay) - The events in Gujarat bring back a childhood memory that remains yet unresolved.
Gulzar - Hilsa - (Fiction, translated from the Urdu)
Samaresh Basu - Adab (Fiction, translated from the Bengali)
Naeem Arvi - Godhra camp (Fiction, translated from the Urdu)
Kulwant Singh Virk - Grass (Fiction, translated from the Punjabi)
Somnath - Kaifi Azmi (Poetry, translated from the Urdu)
Amrita Pritam - A poem to Tauseef (Poetry, translated from the Punjabi)
Keki N. Daruwalla - A prayer on January 30(Poetry)
Faiz Ahmed Faiz - Orphaned blood (Poetry, translated from the Urdu)
Shamsur Rahman - My query to this civilisation (Poetry, translated from the Bengali)
K. Satchidanandan - Who said? (Poetry, translated from the Malayalam)
Nabaneeta Dev Sen - Festival (Poetry, translated from the Bengali)
Vasant Abaji Dahake - Massacre (Poetry, translated from the Marathi)
Akho - In an ochre gown (Poetry, translated from the Gujarati)
Prayag Shukla - Night (Poetry, translated from the Hindi)
Kumar Vikal - Memory and fragrance (Poetry, translated from the Hindi)
Kishor Kadam - Clarion call (Poetry, translated from the Marathi)
Johannes Manjrekar - Riots (Poetry)
Vimal Kumar - Journey through a burning city ((Poetry, translated from the Hindi)
Kamal Lodaya - The Hindi (New fiction)
Leeya Mehta - Writing home (New fiction)
Peter Handley - Mute (Poetry)
Nirupama Dutt - Art in the time of carnage - Despite the desecration of its values by the recent violence, the city of Baroda refuses to give in to despair
PLUS: Mapping India - Tracking the figures for gender, education and health. Plus book reviews and Vishwajyoti Ghosh's Backlog.