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POLITICS

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Why Rahul Gandhi was right in cornering Modi government over employment figures

This piece has been co-authored by India Today TV journalists Sahil Joshi and Vidya.

VOICES

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Why yoga's influence is growing in Putin's Russia

This article has been jointly authored by Sudarshan Ramabadran and Shreya Chellagalla.

VARIETY

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Why even the best football prediction doesn't work

Expecting an upset is the best one you can make, write Akash Bhatia and Joseph Kibe.

VARIETY

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From butter tea to latte, how Tawang is adapting to increasing tourism

The article has been co-authored by Sourina Bej and Nasima Khatoon.

VARIETY

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Vedanta Sterlite copper smelter must shut down: Citizens pen a hard-hitting letter

This is not the first time that Sterlite's pollution and the impunity it enjoys has been the cause of public anger in Tuticorin.

VOICES

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Rejection of ceasefire offer in Kashmir shows the Hurriyat’s anti-Islamic face

This article was co-authored by Colonel Vivek Chadha (retd) and Dr Adil Rasheed, research fellows at Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses.

ART & CULTURE

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Urdu writer Saadat Hasan Manto's 'Mootri' as a graphic novel

This along with works by comic book writers and artists will be showcased at the Indie Comix Festival on May 13.

HUMOUR

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How to seduce your client. Thanks and regards

The writer wishes to remain anonymous for obvious reasons.

VARIETY

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Judicial backlog: How India can end the long wait for justice

The article has been co-authored by Lavanay Gupta and Parth Agrawal, LLB students, OP Jindal Global University.

ART & CULTURE

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When Satyajit Ray spoke about his ambitious sci-fi film project that would never be made

[Book extract] Two interviews the acclaimed director gave to Aschorjo, a Bengali magazine.