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Labour Hero
The victory of the socialist Jeremy Corbyn will give a much-needed thrust to British Politics
 The Farmers’ Emergency
The situation of farmers in the country is becoming increasingly distressing. What is being
done to address the crisis? What conditions create it?
 Revolution’s Refugees
Decades into the war in Bastar between Maoists and the State, the adivasis of the region
have been the biggest losers. And amidst increasing offensives, the walls are closing in.
 The Oval’s Indian Takeover
The Champions Trophy’s venue is England, but from crowds to officials, it’s an Indian show
 One Plot Per Person
The trend this season in Bollywood is that of biopics. Every star seems to be doing one.

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