36 Twelve Newsmakers, Resurrected
Ever wondered what happened to Prince, the borewell kid; Sher Singh Rana, who
shot dead Bandit Queen Phoolan; Sushil Kumar, the Rs 5-crore KBC jackpot winner;
or Thangjam Monorama, whose ‘rape-murder’ sparked a naked protest against the
army in Manipur? Plus, won’t you like to meet Gladys Staines, the grandmother,
and cricketer Joginder Sharma, the DSP.
56 The Rank Pile
Our University Special—packed with power reports by Union human resource
development minister Ramesh Pokhriyal, former Delhi University vice chancellor
Dinesh Singh, Ashoka University professor Saikat Mazumdar, educationist
Mukti Kanta Mishra, and writer Devapriya Roy. And, of course, the exhaustive
Outlook-ICARE rankings are part of the package.
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