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18 The Militant Interns Project
J&K cops have come up with a strategy to call back to regular life boys who have recently
joined militancy
in the Valley. They already have a few success stories.
22 Rabid Action Force
Avoiding reforms since decades, the police have become the most violent and biased apparatus
of the State. Taking from the Padmavati protests, a picture of the abysmal state of things.
38 An Overanticipated Ascent
Rahul Gandhi is all set to take over the reins of the grand old party from Sonia Gandhi
59 The New School of Cinema
In the era of multiple theatres and personalised screens, a barrage of quality content has
changed the game in Bollywood. Let’s look at the many aspects of these interesting times.
81 Hitter’s Garden
Forty three and coming, the Ranji sees a flurry of triple tons
6 deep throat 8 Letters 84 Books 88 glitterati 90 diary

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