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Table of Contents

07-13 May, 2013 | Vol 05 | Issue 18
The future of a large number of unborn babies is at risk
In a clumsy attempt to regulate India’s booming surrogacy market, the Government has put at risk the future of a large number of unborn babies in assisted reproduction clinics
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How to create opportunity out of exaggerated humiliation à la Azam Khan

Assembly poll candidates seem to be either freshly minted millionaires or those who have reported a massive increase in assets over the past five years

Underage ‘insurgents’: tales of coercion and courage

Victims of the Saradha scam may not have been educated and alert enough, but an entire system of governance has been caught napping

The perils of getting carried away with high-pitched rhetoric against China

Finally, a man whose parents named  him right

Inside India’s only cancer treatment centre for animals

From scouting red light areas for a heroine to a wild ambition on an empty pocket, Dadasaheb Phalke’s extraordinary obsession

23 years after it released, a remake reopens the conversation about Aashiqui. What made a simple romance starring relative unknowns such a huge hit?

Our strategies for surviving singlehood may not save us

How Rama Prasad Goenka got baptised by fire in the acquisitions game to emerge as India’s ‘takeover specialist’

Taking one’s neighbours seriously is the first step for any country aspiring to a seat at the international high table

The Government has put at risk the future of a large number of unborn babies in assisted reproduction clinics

Books

In the following excerpt from her memoir, Eve Ensler tells us how drugs almost destroyed her—and how pot might have helped save her life

Science

A new study says there may be more to evolution than survival and changes in the environment

Gadgets

This isn’t for everyone, but that is partly the appeal of this high-end compact

Cinema

A heart-wrenching romance that may even make you believe