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14 Armed to the Teeth With Rage
The latest gun massacre in Las Vegas, an estimated 346 people dead in mass shootings
this year alone...the US has become a bloody map of paranoid, homicidal outbursts
26 Bengal Blame Game
How Mamata’s perceived partiality for Muslims in Bengal is playing out politically
32 Blood on the Tracks
Is the Indian railways system, still very much a colonial legacy, out of control? With several
people killed in accidents over the years and no one held accountable, it seems very much so.
46 Trapped In Brochures
The great real estate depression has locked investments leaving several home buyers high
and dry as the apartments they paid for never got made.
60 The Rewards of Gravity
Enriching his roles through lived experiences, actor Pankaj Tripathi makes an impression

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