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20 Interview with P.M. Bhargava Centre for Cellular & Molecular Biology founder-director on why he returned his Padma award 24 Draft New Education Policy A democratic, consultative process only in name, but in reality an in-house, rushed affair 28 Pay Commission Recommendations Do our babus deserve all that bounty? 32 An Empire Called Patanjali Yoga guru Baba Ramdev builds a Rs 5,000 crore consumer products behemoth, but will it stand the test of markets and regulations? 66 Foreign Prostitution Ring The murder of two Uzbek girls brings focus back on sex trade in white-skinned women 72 Tollywood Bengali films get bolder in adult themes, and actors less squeamish about doing them 05 LEADER 08 LETTERS 14 THE SHINE 16 SEVEN DAYS 22 DEEP THROAT 54 BIZTRO 60 TRACK 2 78 EAT, PRAY, LIVE 80 THE SKED 82 BOOKS 86 THE REVIEWS 88 TRENDING 90 DIARY

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