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 The Thackeray Line

He is 29, full of ideas and views—from climate change to jobs. He is his family’s first

to contest elections. Aditya Thackeray in an interview.

 The Church Is Mine

The Jacobites and the Orthodox groups in Kerala are in a turf war, like two feuding

brothers over property (churches and crypts, in this case)

 Inside The Bitter Pill

Its promoters in custody for fraud, its shares down…the rise and fall of Ranbaxy,

the Indian global pharma

A Web of Stars

They call them over the top, but there’s no exaggerating the fact that digital streaming


have blossomed into star-makers

52 History In 1,000 Lumens

Qutub Minar, the mausoleums of Safdarjung and Humayun. Their makers would have

never imagined the beauty these landmarks spew under modern illumination.

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