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 The Poliglot This Week

Notes on Modi’s hagiograph on celluloid, the Congress’s A and B teams in Kerala

and biriyani

on the election menu in Tamil Nadu, among other things.

 A Wolfless Herd

With the manipulative shepherd locked in jail, who will the herd of Gurmeet Ram

Rahim’s devotees vote for this election?

 Spotted: the Modified Videshi

Many NRIs have remained a crucial layer of Modi’s cult since 2014. They resurface on

the radar of visuals in the heat of the election season.

 How To Reverse Time?

A close look at the Congress’s prospects for the general elctions as it throws a last card in


to lure voters. Does the promise come too late or can it still work for the party?

 Back to the Board

The digital space is its own object, full of endless potential, but the memory of a physical

boardgame cannot be replaced. Check out the stories of a revival to know more.

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