10 The Poliglot This Week...
...tracks a ‘subaltern rebellion’ in the BJP, looks at BJD chief Naveen Patnaik’s stern
face as well as an electoral contest between two athletes, and more. Also, an exclusive
interview with boxer Vijender Singh, the Congress’s candidate from South Delhi.
22 No Tickets to the Valley
Constantly on the boil, especially post-Pulwama, Kashmir loses out this year on
one of its most important businesses, tourism
34 Raja Hindustani
India’s film industry has had its own complex relationship with political parties.
most film personalities stand openly divided along political lines. A study.
88 Class of Entitlement
At the frontline of all political debates, driving the discourse in the media and the living
room, the Indian middle class is not assertive enough when it comes to voting. Why?
98 Q For Cafe
Let’s talk over a cup of coffee, or a mug of beer, in LGBTQ-friendly cafes across cities
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