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20 Mythotech Inc.

Some of the ridiculous claims that echoed at the Indian Science Congress, the latest

was held in Jalandhar recently, prove our rational faculties are still under strain

24 Another Death Squad?

The chilling spate of encounters by the Karnataka police, akin to the UP police’s


wipeout drive, raises some disturbing questions about the law and order machinery

40 Being Laloo In 2019

The many questions surrounding the legacy of an ailing and imprisoned Laloo Yadav,

still the one-man opposition for Nitish Kumar and the NDA in Bihar

56 The Wrong ’Un

As CoA members Vinod Rai and Diana Edulji fight a turf war, the BCCI

falls into confusion and disarray

60 Pachyderm Clinic in Town

Setting an example in animal conservation efforts, a hospital comes

up in Mathura that treats elephants rescued from captivity

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