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12 The Neo-Saffronites

How is the BJP’s mahagathbandhan of turncoats from other parties doing?

24 Hardly Digital Bharat

Less than one-tenth of India is into digital cash transactions. The number is likely to grow in

the coming years but we are still far away from the ‘cashless’ society dream.

30 Code Red In the Pool

The alarm doesn’t really go off because a rare genetic disorder sounds like just that—a rarity.

But to know that 70 million Indians are likely suffering from it, demands serious analysis.

44 A Cloudless Pall

Snapshots from Maharashtra’s Marathwada and Vidharbha regions, which are

grappling with drought with no immediate relief in sight

54 Indie Production Lagelu

Meet Bihar’s indie filmmakers who are creatively addressing funding woes to build a

space and culture for cinema beyond the formulaic mainstream Bhojpuri industry

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