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12 The Valley Ache

Kashmir remains one giant, open prison under martial law. The schools are shut, the sick

can’t move to hospitals, patience is running low, stones are being thrown. Balm soon?

22 Citizens Of No Nation

The deadline for publishing the final list of the Assam National Register of Citizens is August

31, but the Union government is yet to spell out its plans for those who won’t make the cut

30 Debt Blow

A climate of fear shrouds India’s industry as the government goes all out after the corrupt

and to shore up tax revenues. The downside of this zealous cleansing drive is that debt is

increasing, businesses are shutting shop, and entrepreneurs flying the coop.

44 Little Terrorists, Big Bang

Desert locusts are wreaking havoc from the Horn of Africa to western Rajasthan, forcing

India and Pakistan to join hands in combating the world’s most dangerous migratory pest

48 Full Time With Borrowed Organs

The grit, gumption and plain never-say-die spirit of 15 Indian heroes participating

in the World Transplant Games, in the UK this August. Salute.


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