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16 Back Into The Ember
Finally the tension around Doklam is defused. Analysing the road ahead.
24 A Mind For Reform
Writer Shajahan Madampat writes on the judiciary’s indulgence in scriptural exegesis in
the triple talaq verdict and a lack of a perspective of reform among current Muslim leaders
28 Stalled From Grace
Gurmeet Ram Rahim’s conviction is only the latest in a series of cases of godmen being
exposed for misusing their power to break the law. Outlook takes a look at the long black list.
54 Time To Take The Bat
Marginalised from the mainland pitch, Northeastern cricketers are fighting for their rights
56 A Frenzy Over History
A flood of Bollywood historicals, quasi-historicals and historic-fictions are ready to hit the
market, with cases of more than one film-maker involved with the same topic.

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