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14 Guv’nor No Government

Did the J&K governor dissolve the legislative assembly after being in the know that a


could be formed in the state? Plus, an interview with PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti.

24 Fruit Under Threat

A deadly fungus, that eats banana trees hollow, sparks the fear of an epidemic in India,

the largest exporter of bananas in the world

30 The Hindutva Games

Eyeing 2019, the BJP puts weight behind its Hindutva tactics—renaming cities, Sabarimala.

Feeling left out from other ideological quarters, the Congress jumps into the pan too.

46 The Raga Is Political

Carnatic vocalist T.M. Krishna on why an artform can never exist independent of politics

56 This Ramp Serves Organic

Skirts made out of pineapple fibre, tees made from coconut, sustainable fashion is the new

trend in town cutting through fabric boredom and adding an eco-friendly niche to style

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