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Fond Memories

It is nice to hear that the EPW has got its own home. Yet, one part of me will always remain bound to Hitkari House. I have fond memories of when I rst walked down one afternoon, many years ago, to what was then known as Frere Road, climbed up the rickety staircase, and was ushered into a cubicle with bookshelves overowing with les and bound volumes – to be greeted by Krishna Raj and Rajani Desai! That ofce will remain a part of a history, one chapter of which ends now. My best wishes for the next chapter of EPW which begins from its new home.


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