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20 In Service of Big Brother?

The media narrative of the Thoothukudi tragedy in Tamil Nadu reeks of cold calculation

32 When the Levee Breaks

The Una incidents were a turning point for the Dalits of Gujarat. A revolution unfolded

thereafter. Now, many Una Dalits are seeing reason in leaving the Hindu fold for Buddhism.

56 The Republic’s Ration

Food is mandatory existence affair. How do our meals add up for us at a national scale?

A nutritional

diagnosis of the staple foods of India.

76 Global Headspin

Trump’s heavy duties, India’s burdens and the world’s watchful eye: an economic muddle

86 The Salman Company

Multiple examples prove that it’s not an exageration: just his name makes cash registers ring

at the box office. Add to that the obligatory script and entourage of brand Salman Khan.

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