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  Vol III : issue 1

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Satyajit Ray - Agantuk (The Stranger) - The complete script of the master's last film, with production stills by Nemai Ghosh.
Ashok Vajpeyi - Separate lives (Essay) - Sectarian violence like the carnage in Gujarat is calculated to sunder the undivided Indian family.
Malavika Karlekar - Growing up in the twilight zone (Essay) - The journal of an Indian civil servant's daughter reveals rare glimpses of life during the British Raj.
Jatin Das - A retrospective of his work from circa 1960 to the present day.
Amrita Pritam - The deep sight (Fiction) - Translated from the Punjabi.
Dilip Chitre - The fear that revives suicidal brides (Poetry)
Manglesh Dabral - A picture of grandfather (Poetry) - Translated from the Hindi.
Priya Sarukkai-Chhabria - Plant-life-stories (Poetry)
A.J. Philip - The death of faith (Essay)
Jane Bhandari - Like Mother (Poetry)
Freddy Phiroz - Angel (Poetry)
Prasenjit R. Gupta - Losing it (Fiction, translated from the Hindi)
  M. Mukundan - The boy who knew too much (Fiction, translated from the Malayalam)
  Rajee Seth - History lesson (Fiction)
  Mithu C. Banerji - Jamun reverie (Fiction)
Alka Saraogi - Kali-Katha: Via Bypass (Fiction, translated from the Hindi)
PLUS: Mapping India - Monitoring the vital signs of the institution of the family, while Vishwajyoti Ghosh deals with the backlog.