Middle class — Only in Print  

  Middle class
  Vol I : issue 3

  Ashis Nandy
  Amit Chaudhuri
  Kamala Das
  Paula Gunn Allen
  Karen Swenson
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Ashok Mitra - Elbow ethics (Essay) - Untrammelled liberalisation has caused the Indian middle class to finally lose its head.
Andre Beteille - Mind over matter (Essay) - An academician takes a hard look at some of the problems that beset his profession but are never discussed.
Suranjan Sinha - The muddle class (Essay) - Consumerism and peer pressure are the driving forces which define class identity today.
Ajeet Cour - The sun on the terrace - (Fiction, translated from the Punjabi)
Bhishm Sahni - Like family (Fiction, translated from the Hindi)
Nabaneeta Dev Sen - Kayak (Fiction, translated from the Bengali)
Mrinal Sen - Ekdin pratidin [One day, every day] (The complete script of one of the director's best-known films in Bengali, with production stills and camera directions)
Nirendranath Chakravarty - A day of rains (Poetry, translated from the Bengali)
K. Satchidanandan - The drum (Poetry, translated from the Malayalam)
Anjum katyal - Green fish (Poetry)
Eunice De Souza - Travelling (Poetry)
Karishma Husain - And I had returned to liquid space (Poetry)
Nirupama Dutt - Class on canvas - The middle class, as reflected in the mirror of contemporary art
PLUS: Mapping India - Tracking the figures for gender, education and health. And Unni Rajen Shanker draws his Usual Conclusions.