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16 Writings on the Wall Shekhar Gupta on his electoral peregrinations in Bihar 22 Prasar Bharati For 20 years, there have been no recruitments; now men in uniform take charge of five key posts 28 Are We Becoming a Hindu Pakistan? Growing intolerance, minority-bashing, quashing of dissent are making us a clone of our neighbour 38 Myanmar Veteran journalist Larry Jagan brings the flavour of the upcoming poll season 42 The Snowden Principal “I know why you’re here,” Edward Snowden tells Arundhati Roy, in the shadow of the Red Square. “To radicalise me.” John Cusack and Dan Ellsberg play witness and participant in the exchange. 66 Sardar jokes A few in the community take offence over what its people have long worn with pride: their self-deprecatory sense of humour 03 LEADER 10 THE SHINE 12 SEVEN DAYS 14 DEEP THROAT 64 BIZTRO 74 BOOKS 76 THE REVIEWS 78 THE SKED 80 TRENDING 82 DIARY

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