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FROM THE EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
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MURDERS MOST FOUL • Two broad daylight murders in a week in Punjab raise the spectre of radicals becoming active again
WOOING THE MUSLIMS
THE GREAT TRIBAL OUTREACH
FIGHTING LAW WITH POLITICS
COURTING THE VOKKALIGAS
A Terminal of Grandeur • The Terminal 2 of Bengaluru’s Kempegowda International Airport, inaugurated by PM Narendra Modi on Nov. 11, will begin operations in two months. With an indoor garden and state-of-the-art facilities, the terminal reflects all that Bengaluru stands for—a green, modern, innovative and culturally rich city. A peek into its key features:
BEWARE OF THAT MAACHH-BHAAT
A TEST OF TWO CMS
NOT SO SWEET
A Story of Power, Pride and Prestige • The Company has shown consistent growth in its portfolio and continues to achieve new milestones with record breaking performances. In FY22, the company registered an annual Net Profit of ₹10,046 crore which was the highest in its history. During Q1FY23, REC clocked a Net Profit of ₹2,447 crore while the Loan Book swelled to over ₹3.87 lakh crore, thus, propelling the organization to a Net Worth in excess of ₹52,000 crore. (as on 30th June, 2022)
THE NEW FAULT LINES • Efforts by Bangla-speaking Muslims in Assam to assert a distinctive identity through a museum give a new twist to old fears of a threat to indigenous culture
WHO ARE THE MIYAS IN ASSAM?
THE DEMOGRAPHIC DUEL
STRIVING TO MAKE A MARK • IN A MATTER OF MONTHS, AAP HAS EMERGED AS A SERIOUS CHALLENGER IN THE GUJARAT ASSEMBLY ELECTION. CAN IT DENT THE BJP IN ITS HINDUTVA FORTRESS?
FROM TV TO POLITICS
AAP’S STAKES • More than the ruling BJP, the party may damage the Congress
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TAKING GOVERNANCE TO THE DOORSTEP • Jharkhand has scripted sustainable socioeconomic development by increasing citizens’ participation in governance and empowering them with the opportunity to be part of the efficient delivery of all grassroots schemes and programmes
THE SCIENCE OF STRESS
UNDERSTANDING STRESS • The perception of threat sets off a series of physiological reactions along the HPA or hypothalamus-pituitary-adrenal axis that determine the body’s fight or flight response
HOW TO TELL IF YOU ARE STRESSED…
BLUE SKY OPPORTUNITY • FROM CROWD CONTROL TO MILITARY COMBAT, DRONES ARE THE NEXT BIG THING IN SECURITY. DRIVEN BY AN AIR OF URGENCY AND ENCOURAGED BY THE CENTRE, A CLUTCH OF INDIAN START-UPs ARE NOW MAKING THEM
FLY BY SNAPSHOTS • Nothing exemplifies the robust nature of India’s drone making ecosystem better than these impressive machines
BACK TO THE VILLAGE • The fourth edition of the programme was held from Oct. 27 to Nov. 3 across rural J&K
REBUILDING THE TRUST • THE WEEKLONG ‘BACK TO VILLAGE’...