16 The Dalit Downside
Is India turning its reservation policies upside down? Are these policies diluted in the
slimy soup called vote-bank politics after three decades of Mandal mathematics?
30 What, No Google? Go Find Yourself
If you graduated without Google, we respect you. We know what’s Facebbok
without friends, YouTube without videos, or Gmail without mails, Google with
no results…Now, can you survive a day without it?
44 Gray’s Anatomy
Young India has a problem in hand—a rapidly ageing population that needs care. Will the
country let our elderly die alone, uncared for? Our photo-essay peeks at this sensitive subject.
52 They Say Hootie Hoo
Why cricket commentators are often accused of running a gauntlet of hostile
opinion during live telecasts?
56 Gaddi, Magahi, Sherdukpen…
Passion, not commerce, drives a band of intrepid filmmakers to make movies
in relatively lesser-known languages and dialects
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