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Red Tape Cruelty

In Maharashtra, a scheme to compensate rape and acid attack survivors fails to deliver

 The Stat Job

Statistical methodology can be deceptive at times. Social security enrolments as proof

of a surge in job creation? Not the best measure of how things stand.

 Another Dawn’s Overcast?

Pakistan goes to elections on July 25. And cricket star-turned politician Imran Khan, with

his PTI, hopes for victory. What does the future hold for the unstable neighbour?

 A Refrain Blossoms Again

The poet Mahjoor’s songs echo in the Valley once again, this time, originating from PoK

 All Those Unlocked Moves

A look at the ‘lesser-known’ sports India will be participating in at the Asian Games

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