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Vindictive Beyond Sense

It was a mere Facebook post that has left a Manipur journalist languishing in jail

for two months now. What exactly irked the state government so grievously?

 The Intelligence’s Rejects

They would get a hero’s welcome in a typical film script, but a number of Indian spies,

back from jail in Pakistan, find themselves abandoned by the State

 In Out-of-Work Country

The pulse of a nation is anxious as widespread unemployment makes it difficult for the

youth to concieve of positive futures. How did we get here and who’s responsible?

Expand the Class

Some of the various challenges disabled children face in current education scenarios

 The Curio First Cut

We now know them as successful examples from their respective fields, but they

started off in the most unusual of places. A profile of their first jobs.

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