18 Animal Vs Peoples’ Rights
The new rules around sale of cattle for slaughter have stunned farmers. Cattle markets in
UP wear a look of desperation and hopelessness.
22 The Next President
Could the Rashtrapati Bhavan see an RSS leader as its new occupant?
32 Cost Of A War
Can increasing strain in Indo-Pak relations lead to a war between the two recalcitrant,
nuclear-armed South Asian neighbours
52 House On The Mill
A new legislation allows mill land to be used for commercial/residential use in Mumbai
In conversation with Arundhati Roy on her new book The Ministry Of Utmost Happiness.
Also, a review of the much-awaited book.
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