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16 Time For A Health Check
The Universal Immunisation Programme has failed in rural Uttar Pradesh
24 The Valley’s New Curriculum
Now it’s young girls in college uniform, a few with stones in their hands, who have taken to
the streets of Kashmir in protest of never-ending crackdowns
32 Is There A Future For AAP?
It was hailed as an electoral revolution of sorts when AAP swept the Delhi bypolls in 2015.
A couple of years and a lost MCD election later, the party’s future looks uncertain.
50 Statement of Healing
Going by the PM’s recent statement on generic drugs, the pharmaceutical landscape in the
country is about to change drastically and, hopefully, for the better
64 From Mountbatten To Mamata
A brief history of the politics of ‘entry’ in the Puri Jagannath temple

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