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14 Alert Aboard the Trump Express
India has to be cautious about its role in Donald Trump’s NSS
24 On the Rival Road
In conversation with YSR Congress chief Jaganmohan Reddy, who is on a political padayatra
32 A Jury in Doubt
Signs of a ‘rebellion’ by Supreme Court judges reveal cracks of doubt forming in the
institution. Making sense of the ‘mutiny’.
54 An Introspective Mudra
Kathakali, the ancient dance form, is, like any traditional art, caught in the middle of the old
and the new world. A recent conference attempted to address some questions.
68 Sense Sans Make-up
After the new wave ’70s and ’80s cinema, non-glamorous, realistic actresses seemed to
have disappeared in the haze of liberalisation. Now, a resurgence of sorts

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