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Defections by legislators in Arunachal Pradesh, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh and Uttarakhand show that the anti-defection law is not working. It needs a rehaul. 24 Casting Pebbles into an Urn The 2016 assembly elections in Kerala are revealing a sudden change in the familiar traditions of electoral campaigns in the state 58 The Perfect Human Quest As genetic technology touches the boundaries of absolute choice and expands the scope of possibilities, the questions it throws up are ethically complex 70 A Most Imperfect Voyage Indian would-be migrants aboard the Komagata Maru faced racism and exclusion in Canada in 1914, and persecution back in India. Now, the Canadian PM apologises. 3 LEADERS 6 LETTERS 18 SEVEN DAYS 20 DEEP THROAT 45 BIZTRO 74 EAT, PRAY, LIVE 76 THE SKED 78 THE REVIEWS 80 TRENDING 82 DIARY

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