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10 A Violent Vortex

After a top militant’s father is taken into custody by the cops, families of J&K Police

are targeted

for the first time in Kashmir since the insurgency erupted in the 1990s

14 Colour-Changing Town

What has made breezy Pune another epicentre of Hindutva?

30 The Serial Telly Epics

Indian television’s melodramas have mesmerised viewers for years, even decades.

What makes these serials, that run for thousand-plus episodes, so riveting?

50 An Eroding Tongue

They lost their land after Partition. Now, the Sindhi community, that is spread

across the country, is also losing its language gradually.

54 The Bullseye Fields

As glimpsed in the recently concluded Asian Games, seven districts in western UP are

the breeding grounds for the next medal winners for India in shooting

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