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16 It’s All Black for Africans in India A recent murder has revealed how the Black community in Delhi faces constant danger, ridicule and abuse from a nation so smug about its culture of hospitality 28 Behind Oppressive Bars Four prison riots in two months expose an inhuman penal system 34 A Triangular Balance Next week Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits the US. The implications for South Asia relate to the inscrutable China factor. 44 The Nationalism of Sri Aurobindo The seer envisioned a vigorous nationalism but one that found place for Hindus and Muslims 56 The Lion in the Ness Lions in Gir have rarely ever turned man-eater. Of late, it has begun happening and this presses the case for the relocation of some of them. 3 LEADERS 6 LETTERS 12 SEVEN DAYS 14 DEEP THROAT 48 BIZTRO 55 EAT, PRAY, LIVE 58 THE SKED 60 BOOKS 62 THE REVIEWS 64 TRENDING 66 DIARY

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