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Defeat after defeat. AAP, the party that emerged from a movement for good governance, is
imploding. But don’t write it off yet—who knows what’s to come out of this endgame?
20 The Unruly Countryside
The crackdowns in south Kashmir are reminiscent of the 1990s, but elderly villagers say
they notice something different: this time, the young ones are in the streets pelting stones.
24 The Rape, Slavery and Baby-Making Mafia
In the name of helping adivasi girls find work in the cities, placement agencies suck them
into a horrifying maze of trafficking, rape and forced pregnancy.
46 A Bump at the BJP’s Northeastern Gateway
The Centre’s proposed citizenship offer to non-Muslim immigrants could play spoiler in Assam

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