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20 The Great Indian Election That great season of fanfare and cynism is now over. Take a look at the results inside. 48 The Keepers of the Laurel UPSC’s strict standards are apparent in the score of the topper: just over a meagre 52 per cent. Is the top bureaucracy made by a baptism of fire? 70 Workers of India, Untie! Proposed labour reforms seem to make it easy for the industry to hire and fire with nonchalance and increasingly difficult for workers to unionise. 128 The Film in the Life of a South Indian Star Why Telugu superstar Mahesh Babu is more at ease when the film releasing is all family, roots and the simple joys of life, rather than when it is one with a “powerful message” 5 LEADERS 8 LETTERS 16 SEVEN DAYS 18 DEEP THROAT 47 BIZTRO 123 EAT, PRAY, LIVE 130 THE SKED 132 BOOKS 134 THE REVIEWS 136 TRENDING 138 DIARY

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