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The Poliglot This Week...

...looks into the Andhra muddle, the plane charter expenses of parties and the BJP’s jigs in

Assam durng Bihu season. Also, a chat with the Congress’s manifesto committee convener.

A Spirit Haunts

On February 24, Assam’s worst hooch tragedy claimed many lives, leaving dozens of


orphaned in its wake. What does the future hold for them?

 The Subliminal Rhymes

They always impacted on pamphlets and speeches, but now, armed with a hashtag, political

slogans cut deeper into the citizen’s psyche. Let’s decode what they can mean for an election.

 High Pitched Flaws

Despite having a high profile squad, Royal Challengers Bangalore have been punching way

below their weight in recent years. And this season, their game has been hopeless.

A Tide Turns Within

In the absence of any State help, a pan-India community collective of sex workers is


a network of support for those caught in the extra-legal trade

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