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20 Change After Red Alert

A report from the once Maoist-hit Jangalmahal, Bengal.

28 The Lynch Mobs of Digital India

Artistic protests in the wake of an adivasi’s killing in Kerala by a sadistic, unrepentant mob,

draw criticism from activists, who say there’s blood on everybody’s hands

36 Flip-Flop Finale?

AAP appears to have come a full circle in its journey—from cries of revolution to seizing

power, abandoning it, regaining it and, finally, making a disaster of it.

62 Searching For Perfect Fit

A US 10 too big, a UK 7 too small! Fed up with the confusion around apparel sizes of other

countries a NIFT survey seeks to chart the ideal Indian body type for a ‘standard’ size

68 Polished For the Shine

Looks like the second generation of Indian cricket stalwarts has a ready pool of nurtured

talent for different fields. A glimpse at promising cricket star kids.

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