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12 The Nowhere Agents Indian ‘spies’ bemoan how they are routinely disowned by intel agencies when caught 26 Kanhaiya and Kerala Why does no one debate the frequent killings of RSS workers by CPI(M) goons in Kerala? 36 Sting in the Tale Inexplicable as it may seem to the outsider, Mamata Banerjee keeps on winning elections even though her promises have yielded only a mixed bag for the people of Bengal 62 Harvesting Heartbreaks The media and the public are watching over the splintering romances of Bollywood 3 LEADERS 6 LETTERS 22 SEVEN DAYS 24 DEEP THROAT 52 BIZTRO 66 EAT, PRAY, LIVE 72 THE SKED 74 BOOKS 78 THE REVIEWS 80 TRENDING 82 DIARY

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