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16 Those Himalayan Dark Clouds
China steps up the show of aggression on the border with Beijing tabloids talking war
20 Colour Schemes And Kashmir
In recent militant funerals in Kashmir, black ISIS flags were spotted amidst the standard
green national flag of Pakistan. Here are possible reasons behind this change of colour.
32 Milking The Panic Cow
Demonetisation, GST...we all know it too well—Indian economy is being remoulded. Banks, the
central agents of this change, are making most of the opportunity at the expense of customers.
52 Front Foot Off The Mainland
The idea is that cricket in India is almost stubbornly entangled in mainstream national
Or maybe the cameras have never looked over the plains, to the Northeast.
64 An Object In Space
Let’s look at how sculpture, an art form spanning four millennia, fares today
8 Letters 11 deep throat 68 Books 72 trending 74 diary

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