The venerable Granta magazine from the UK first did a special number on India back in 1997. It was part of the 50th anniversary of India's independence. Issue 57 (Spring 1997) titled India: The Golden Jubilee was edited by its then editor, Ian Jack. Hindustan Times, 18 hours ago
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