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Issue Date : 01 August 2016

Art & Entertainment

What Is It And How To Play It

All that is there to know about Pokémon GO


Making A Difference

Track 2

All the chatter and goss from around the world.

Making A Difference

The Ashen Coast

The blood in Nice only seems to presage a deeper entanglement yet


Making A Difference

The Sultan’s Scimitar

After the failed coup, the purge. Turkey’s president, Erdogan, shows a heavy hand.

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National

The Cow Protector’s Justice

A brutal public beating of Dalits by gau rakshaks in Una sets off protests across Gujarat—the BJP feels the heat


Art & Entertainment

The Game’s Afoot, Go Go Go!

Augmented Reality takes a springing leap ahead as Pokemon fans scurry about for monsters


Art & Entertainment

A Pied Piper Called Pikachu

By combining cuteness, nostalgia and Augmented Reality, Pokémon GO has taken over the world


Opinion

Cracked Mirrors

Kashmir’s battered newspapers reflect the ground reality


Business

Mind


Business

Math


Business

Biztro

Business in bitesizes


Business

Mundra: The Port Of No Call

Neither the state govt nor the Centre, neither the UPA nor the NDA, has acted against Adani Port’s depredations




National

Seven Days

The states of the nation: news, headlines, gossip, rumours, things we learnt


National

Hand-In-Hand... If Not Hand-In-Glove

When it comes to personal favours, rival politicos have a ‘mutual understanding’


National

‘Saffron Men In Key ­Positions, Won’t Go After The Sanstha’

Former Maharashtra chief minister Prithviraj Chavan on the Sanatan Sanstha and its banning


National

‘The Sanatan Sanstha Preaches That Self-Defence Is The Need Of The Hour’

Abhay Vartak, spokesperson of Sanatan Sanstha, which has been charged with the Dabholkar and Pansare murders on the ways of his creed


National

Eternal Hypnosis Of Hindu Devotion

With the left-behind kin of Sanstha members taking on the outfit, will those allegedly behind Pansare and Dabholkar’s murders finally be put out of action?


Sports

No More Double Barrels

His conflict-of-interest accusations threw a clearer light


Sports

When Youth Questioned Power

The SC verdict has its origins in the joint PIL of these two trailblazers


Sports

His Fight To The Finish

In his gritty tussle with BCCI, Verma had a little help from friends


National

Noteworthily Spoken

Right-wingers lead a crowd who want Gandhiji out of rupee notes. They have their icons ready.


Sports

A Top Order Collapse

The BCCI’s Augean stables will be cleaned. These men made it possible.


Opinion

The Catechism Of Control

How an autonomous TV channel created to project vox populi from the ranked benches of Lok Sabha was brought under the govt’s thumb


Books

A Jet Propelled By Don Ibrahim

An exclusive extract from Josy Joseph’s book on Dawood's hold over Indian business and the questionable rise of Jet Airways


Books

Margaret Alva

Margaret Alva, who worked under four PMs and was governor of four states, talks in her autobiography, Courage & Commitment, about her journey as a politician


Books

Bibliofile

Upamanyu Chatterjee becomes a full-time writer at long last, the Snowden-Roy-Cusack conversation in book form and why A. Raja's book plans are shelved for now


Books

Tram To Darkest Pleasures

A satire on the way the fate wind blows in small towns with no hope.


Books

Shockie’s Last Blast

A novel on the ravages of terrorism fails on account of insipidity


Art & Entertainment

And Also

The Marathi adaptation of the Broadway play A Few Good Men


Art & Entertainment

Prakton

The script ventures into didacticism and dishes out a moral that makes women’s empowerment look like a social inconvenience


Art & Entertainment

Ice Age Collision Course

Overpopulated by a cast of delightfully daffy animal characters and a visual quality that’s pure eye candy.


Art & Entertainment

The Sked

A treat for lovers of Indian dance forms, a compilation of works by students of the Delhi College of Art and a play set in '40s India


Miscellaneous

Trinidad & Tobago Diary

Only one Indian author has won the Nobel for literature. Trinidad and Tobago, with a population of a little over a million, has achieved this feat twice


Books

In Praise Of Amitav Ghosh

For stepping outside the margins of fiction and taking up the very real issue of climate change


National

Across The Line

Tendulkar's willingness to allow brands to exploit his “highest civilian honour” proves that Mammon can blind even a Master with the keenest of eyes


Society

Par Avion

A random sample from the British periodicals