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20 Captain of a Heated Contest
In labelling Canadian defence minister Harjit Singh Sajjan a Khalistani sympathiser,
Punjab CM Amarinder Singh seems to have reopened a chapter of woes
22 Rage Against the Military Machine
Ten months of unrest, a failed election, spontaneous protests by schoolchildren, a sea of
stones and the Indian security forces standing firm in Kashmir
30 Fraud of the Fairness Dream
Fairness cream companies exploit the insecurities and prejudices of Indians to make huge
profits. What’s more is that they don’t even do what they claim to—make people fair.
86 Another Twist in the TN Tale
TN CM Palaniswami joins hands with O. Panneerselvam to keep Sasikala out of the frame
92 Shooting a Star Seen By All
A biopic is being made on Sachin Tendulkar’s life for those who perhaps already know the story
8 Letters 14 deep throat 102 Books 104 trending 106 diary

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