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18 Back to Playing Big Brother?

With a candidate yet to be crowned PM of Nepal, the Indian External Affairs Minister’s

visit to the neighbouring country is of some political significance

26 The BJP’s Road To 2019

First, the tightrope walk in Gujarat, then, unexpected tremors from the Rajasthan by-polls,

Now may be a good time to see how the BJP is placed for ‘mission 2019’. A stocktaking.

48 No Grass At the Roots

Rural Bengal is marked by a total absence of CPI(M) cadre. Has the Red faded away?

62 A Safety Net Around the Kids

We need to make the Internet a safe space for children. A committee proposes some ways.

64 Living With Legacy

Actress Raima Sen talks about her memories, her journey so far and the iconic

Suchitra Sen, her doting grandmother who had turned recluse

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