The Poliglot This Week
The reasons behind the BJP’s nomination choices in MP; Bihar missing Laloo this election
season; VS , still the people’s comrade in Kerala...and much more. Plus, interviews with the
Congress’s Jyotiraditya Scindia and former Haryana CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda.
Big Cat Scare
Amid elections, villages near the Pilibhit Tiger Reserve live in fear of man-eating tigers
The recent bomb blasts in Sri Lanka convey that the violent turmoil
many thought the
island nation had left behind still seeks outlets. Attempting to understand the tragedy.
Gender and the General Election
Theres a lot to be gathered from the way the republic treats its women candidates. A look
at the problems they face on the ground during the country’s biggest elections.
Those Red Bricks Are Rare
Once, the entire countryside of Bengal was dotted with them, but that was another political
age. Now, the communes of the Left are a rarity. We glance at a few remaining ones.
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