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April 21, 2014: 10 post-Its Events of the Week 12 the booth Royalties in the Fray 14 youth The Untouched Angst 20 ra jasthan Sikar, an Instructive Tale.
April 7, 2014: election 2014 24 Modi’s March The upcoming general election is fast becoming a Modi rather than a BJP show. Veterans like L.K. Advani and Jaswant Singh have been sidelined, and the Gujarat strongman is proceeding with ruthless precision.
February 24, 2014: In the face of stunning disclosures made by Samjhauta blast accused Aseemanand, the RSS is predictable in its reaction: denial
February 17, 2014: 18 rajya Sabha The Oddballers 20 Maharashtra Modi Hits the Ground Running 28 west bengal Didi Primes Herself Up for New Delhi 52 election special Babulal Marandi 58 opinion Arun Sinha 14 Freebie S eason GENERAL ELECTION 2014 Reg ulars 04 letters 10 Polscape 72 books 78 fine living 80 glitterati 82 diary Cover Design: Bishwadeep Moitra What they said to us anumita roychowdhury, on pollution “The fight does not have to be with Beijing. That just ought to be our learning curve.” features 64 An Unwanted Tag With India’s air ranking as among the worst in the world, it’s time to look at stringent measures to arrest the downslide in the national capital and its other cities 66 exclusive column Charles Correa 68 Indian Cinema Documentary Evidence 70 skateboarding A New Thrill
February 10, 2014: 16 Meeting Emilie Subhas Chandra Bose’s niece Madhuri introduces us to her aunt, Emilie Schenkl, through letters—Netaji’s own letters that never reached his elder brother Sarat Chandra, and the Emilie-Sarat Chandra correspondence. 20 interview Tabassum, wife of Afzal Guru, on the first death anniversary 22 pathribal No Closure There 24 rahul gandhi The 25 Questions They Didn’t Ask Him 58 tam il nadu If Not Modi, Amma Then? 66 attac ks on Africans What Do They Mean for Afro-Indian Ties? business 28 The Gutted Green Waves of hysterical protest erupt in Kerala over the recommendations of the Kasturirangan report on the Western Ghats
February 03, 2014: 14 interview Nitish Kumar 18 media The Modi Effect 20 bjp Not Such a Cakewalk 22 co lumn P. Raman 24 comm unity Being Bohra 52 japa n The Abe Visit
January 27, 2014: 14 Champion of Women Indira Jaising has become the voice of young interns taking on the most powerful judges of the land, thus yanking the veil of the judiciary’s worst-kept secret. A profile of India’s additional solicitor-general. 18 battle royale Sushikumar Shinde vs R.K. Singh 22 nanavati Commissi on Into a 21st Extension 28 congress The Rahul Gauntlet? 30 amethi Princedom in Jeopardy 32 bjp The Strategy Now Internat ional 24 A Goan in Lisbon Lisbon mayor Antonio Costa, of Goan origin, may head the country next year 52 OPeration bluestar Britain Orders Inquiry
January 20, 2014: 18 muzaffarnagar After the Riots, the Silent War 44 debate Is India Turning Right? 48 congress And Now Priyanka