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18 Flicker In the Dark
Rahul Gandhi’s election campaign in Gujarat gives the Congress something to look
to in a long time and creates some serious unease within the BJP
30 An Out-of-Work Class
The middle class battles cold conditions in a market where jobs have turned scarce
42 Inside the Gender Prison
The BHU episode saw women fighting the ugly misogyny inherent in the system but patriarchy
in the Hindi belt uses its own violence as an excuse to lock women in regressive chains
62 Lady Snoopers In Town
They play it very cool to get the job done—passing off as the bystander, the unassuming
chit-chatter, even the regular domestic help. Meet the urban women detectives of our times.
64 A Cool & Composed Star
Actor Kalki Koechlin talks about her career, gender-based incomes and her upcoming releases
Cover: R. Prasad; Photograph: Vijay Pandey

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