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 The Election Is Not A Funeral
In stark contrast to the last Assembly elections, voter turnout in the Kashmir bypolls is
It shows that mainstream politics in the state has currently no takers.
 Naxalbari: A Dream Deferred Turns
Though stomped by the State into oblivion, the echoes of the Naxalbari revolution will
always linger. Charting the legacy of the movement five decades since its inception.
45 Drawing Lines In Air
A new government scheme seeks to radically refurbish India’s air map, but is it feasible?
 A Dangling Heritage
A do-it-yourself clean-up exercise of a 12th century Marathwada temple by locals backfires.
The heritage structure is in a state of possible collapse, with artifacts strewn around.
Fighting-fit To Wear The Blue
Overcoming several injuries, the world’s oldest pacer aims for an ODI comeback

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