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24 Blast from the Past
A CBI raid at the Chidambarams’ family home in
Chennai has shaken neither father nor son. But rivals claim
they are in real trouble.
28 Jobless After the Boom
Even as IT firms deny they are laying off people,
the sector is seeing the biggest
ever job loss since being touted
as a major job-creating industry.
34 Pak flag or the IS flag?
Political Islam has always been central to the unrest in Kashmir.
The protests
and violence since Burhan Wani’s killing point to
a deeper radicalisation.
64 The Small Town Makes It Bolly Big
More Bollywood films are being shot in non-metro settings. The trend is
not just by the economics, but also the changing culture of cinema.
8 Letters 11 deep throat 68 Books 72 trending 74 diary

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