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10 NRC Nightmare In

Bengal’s Backyard

Despite Mamata’s repeated


West Bengal is in

the grip of hysteria regarding the

NRC as the Union government

pursues its agenda of initiating

the exercise in the state.

20 Maha Mess

No party has the numbers and

they haven’t been able to cobble

an alliance. As the Maharashtra

governor recommends President’s

rule, where is the state headed?

32-50 Janmabhoomi

The Supreme Court gave the disputed

site in Ayodhya to god Ram,

5 acres (elsewhere, unspecified) to

Muslims and ordered the Centre to

form a trust for the plot’s maintenance.

A landmark judgment, but

how? Historian Prof. K.M. Shrimali,

legal scholar Upendra Baxi,

writer Dr Hilal Ahmed give their

insight. Plus, we bring the politics

behind an issue that runs through

every Indian’s veins, and changed

the course of our political history.

52 Finale Of The Four Innings?

Women’s Test cricket began in

1934, but now lies moribund in

most countries as ODIs and T20s

have become the matches of choice

56 Pugrees And Patialas

With Panache

Chic Sikhs are making a

commanding style statement

by draping their identity and

history on their clothes

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