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12 ‘Netaji’ Did Not Start This Fire It is now time to examine exactly who is behind the conflagration in a Mathura park. The dead though, tell no tales. 20 A Worrying Resignation Khadse may have quit his post, but the BJP now needs to handle him with kid gloves 24 The Nowhere People A humanitarian crisis looms as the BJP-AGP vows to implement its promise to drive out undocumented Bangladeshis who have come after 1971 54 Requiem For A Prophet A rare glimpse into the mind of boxing legend Muhammad Ali, who fought his biggest battles outside the ring 60 Sushil’s Rio Miss and Other Concerns Two-time Olympic medallist Sushil Kumar won’t fight a bout in Rio. But will Paes be there?

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