Children of Srinagar, Kashmir
Children of Srinagar, Kashmir
Children of Srinagar, Kashmir
  Growing Up — Only in the print edition  

 Growing up
  Vol IV : issue 3

  Cover page
  Subhash Mukhopadhyay
  Lucy Nusseibeh
  Rajan Hoole
  Syed Mohammad Ashraf
  Vasant Abaji Dahake
Dilip Chitre
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Amartya Sen - Sunlight and other fears (Essay) - Indian children deserve better than the horrors of another day that begins without a meal, without relief from maladies and without the freedom to choose your future. With some rethinking of public policy, you can send them to school, where they can get both education and food
How we grow up - The view from the ground: first-person accounts from two children in Ramallah, Palestine, and Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India
Sandhya Rao and Radhika Menon - Growing pains (Essay) - Children's literature in India sadly ignores the needs of its audience, write Sandhya Rao and Radhika Menon
Rajendra Shah - The seed (Poetry, translated from the Gujarati)
Pragnya Lokhande - You are my father (Poetry, translated from the Marathi)
Dilip Chitre - Frescoes (Poetry)
Arundhati Subramaniam - Side-gate (Poetry)
Deepa Agarwal - A pearl within an oyster (Poetry)
E.V. Ramakrishnan - Trauma (Poetry)
Jane Bhandari - Nose in the past (Poetry)
Nirmal Verma - Signs (Fiction, translated from the Hindi)
Satyajit Ray - Sadananda's little world (Fiction, translated from the Bengali)
Mohammad Mansha Yad - The illusion (Fiction, translated from the Urdu)
Kunthavai - The dispossessed (Fiction, translated from the Tamil)
P. Vatsala - The girl who walked with the sun (Fiction, translated from the Malayalam)
Jayshankar Prasad - The little magician (Fiction, translated from the Hindi)
Kaasyapan - Night show (Fiction, translated from the Tamil)
Syed Mohammad Ashraf - Rogue (Fiction, translated from the Urdu)
Sudha Levin - Evening prayers (Fiction)
Supriya Chaudhuri - The lost home (Review) - Looking at the Bangladesh border through The Trauma and the Triumph: Gender and Partition in East India
Abhijit Sen - The world as American oyster (Review) - reads Vinay Lal's The Empire of Knowledge: Culture and Plurality in the Global Economy
K. Satchidanandan - Between memory and desire (Review) - A look at Navtej Sarna's We Weren't Lovers Like That
Hirsh Sawhney - What's in a name? - On Jhumpa Lahiri and the notion of collective identity: The view from Brooklyn
Smita Maitra - Television politics - Cheated by the Chinese!
PLUS: Backlog - More criminally violent images from Vishwajyoti Ghosh.
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