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14 A Flight From
Terror Tragedy
Canadian NDP leader
Jagmeet Singh is reluctant
to talk about the 1985 bombing
of Air India’s Kanishka.
This is symptomatic of a
Khalistan sentiment
and establishment apathy.
18 Changes and Demons
Masterstroke or blunder, all
Indians have had to live with
Modi’s demonetisation for a
year. A look at the effects the
blanket reform has had and
how it stands today.
32 Resort To
The appointment of former
Intelligence Bureau chief
Dineshwar Sharma as the
government’s interlocutor
for Kashmir ushers in a
new era of dialogue
46 Sweat On The
Lotus Brow
The Congress’s new-found
aggressive rhetoric, three
spirited youth leaders and
the BJP pulling out cards
from the trick book of
politics, pre-election
Gujarat is in high gear.
62 Master of Pitches
BCCI cracks down on
rebel T20 leagues
across the country

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