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Jejuri: an introduction
When Jejuri was published in 1976, I was fourteen years old. I heard about it only the following year, when the Times of India announced it had won the Commonwealth Poetry Prize, and carried a piece on Arun Kolatkar. Later, if I remembe...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Death and the maidens
Sir — The report, “On tomato diet, model dies” (Nov 18), should be an eye-opener to thousands of te ...  | Read.. 
 
An appeal
Sir — Rakesh Biswas, a third-year student of information technology at Beliaghata Government Colleg ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
TAKING THE N-TRAIN
The overwhelming endorsement of the Indo-US nuclear deal by the Senate in Washington is a landmark in the radically altered c...| Read.. 
 
DIARY
 
Double trouble
Packing a punch
Those were the foodie days
Smoke in the eyes
Cards on the table
The quiet corner
SCRIPSI
You can have a men’s novel with no women in it except possibly the landlady / or the horse, but you can’t have a women’s novel with no men in it. / Sometimes men put women in men’s novels / but they leave out some of the parts; / the heads for instance. — MARGARET ATWOOD