16 Play-acting Democracy
Even after almost a year of unrest, a state of normalcy remains distant for most Kashmiris.
In this dark backdrop, the Valley goes for by-elections.
24 The State Of Fakes
Although counterfeiters have not yet cracked the code with the new currency in circulation,
the cops need to be a step ahead of them at all times
28 Shame of Power
A Shiv Sena MP beats an airline staffer and boasts about it on national TV. It’s appalling,
but there are so many similar examples. Who is this Ugly Indian, what gives him power?
44 Winds Of Pain
A hailstorm in Marathwada, drought in South India; farmers’ troubles abound
64 The Heroine Has Finally Arrived
The female protagonist is everywhere this year. Bollywood comes of age.
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