18 India’s American Choppers
The government is buying assault helicopters from Boeing even though they can be made at home
26 The Wrong Kind of Launch
After having lost the Devas case in the international tribunal, ISRO is in a corner
32 The Grand Hindutva Plan
The Sangh has gained a foothold in tribal Assam and is implementing long-term indoctrination
by transplanting young girls from there to Sangh-run schools in Gujarat and Punjab
52 The ‘Kushti’ Collective
Bilal, a small village in Haryana, is home to the most illustrious women wrestlers of India.
Each morning, they wake up and train hard, with a singular aim—the Olympic gold.
60 A Treasure Trove of Tea
A quick journey through tea connoisseur Nirmal Sethia’s personal collection
3 LEADERS 6 LETTERS 14 SEVEN DAYS 16 DEEP THROAT 28 BIZTRO 51 TRACK TWO
58 EAT, PRAY, LIVE 64 THE SKED 68 BOOKS 70 THE REVIEWS 72 TRENDING 74 DIARY
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