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36 Messy in Madras Power in Chennai has long been a winner-takes-all game between the AIADMK and DMK, the crown passing from one to the other and back again. This time the smaller players are big. 78 Dry Days in Magadh If all India does tomorrow what Bihar under Nitish Kumar just did to the tipple, would it make life generally better? The view from Bihar does not inspire much hope. 16 Swamy and Foes Subramanian Swamy’s induction into Parliament creates the perfect storm and reflects an RSSbacked strategy—an all-out attack on the Gandhis and a sharper edge to the Hindutva crusade 84 A Scary Shade of Green The average age at which kids have their first toke of grass is going down alarmingly 3 LEADERS 6 LETTERS 12 SEVEN DAYS 14 DEEP THROAT 76 BIZTRO 86 EAT, PRAY, LIVE 90 THE SKED 92 BOOKS 94 THE REVIEWS 96 TRENDING 98 DIARY

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