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12 The Plot’s In A Name

Prayagraj on Google maps, another Ayodhya in UP and a whiff of a ‘Karnavati’ in

Gujarat, analysing the name games of Hindutva, which are at an all-time high

22 Sarkar On Sarkar

Tamil star Vijay touches the state government’s weak nerve again in his new film.

As AIADMK supporters protest, some speculate if the actor will join politics.

28 To Kill A Wanderer

A mentally challenged person is shot dead by the security forces in Kashmir.

This is not the first time it has happened.

32 Are We More Secure?

It’s been ten years since the horror of the 26/11 terrorist attacks.

How prepared are we now to stop such diabolical events in the future?

56 Last-Pitch Attempt?

A debate erupts over Dhoni’s inclusion in the 2019 Cricket World Cup squad

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