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16 No Fear In Crackdown Country

What are the reasons behind the escalation of ‘fidayeen’ attacks in the Valley? Should the

Centre re-evaluate its policy concerning militancy?

20 The BJP Bull Dose

The BJP has caught the political parties of Tripura unawares. It’s now the only rival to the

CPI(M) with the Congress almost pushed out of the electoral picture

30 Love In The Time of Cholerics

Purveyors of religion, caste, class...the sanghis, the mullahs and the commies, all converge on

their fears around women overstepping lines. Love is indeed akin to war in 21st century India.

55 Ethics And Goliath

Google can push content at will. By that logic, it can bury content too.

68 Orissa For Indian Hockey

In a first, a state government prepares to sponsor a national sports team

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