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20 Revolution’s Own Hamlet
In Naxalbari, where the
made its first
strike, revolution hovers like
an old folk tale
24 The ‘Right’ Man
What the appointment of Ram
Nath Kovind as presidential
candidate by the BJP means
34 A Field Amidst
The Forces Of
The journey of a produce from
the farmer to the consumer is
a long and convoluted one.
What role have middlemen
played in the context of the
current farmers’ crisis.
56 Digital Data Spies
Apart from making your
life easy, mobile apps
collect your phone data on the
sly for corporates
66 Little Bright Lights
A number of small-budget
are making an
impact in Hindi cinema
78 Four Striking Centuries
Meet four out of 5,400-odd
people above the age of 100
from Kerala
6 Letters 13 deep throat 84 Books 88 trending 90 diary

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