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With elections less than a month away, the four key players in UP are not in the pink of health. While the BJP is worried about the fallout of the note ban, the Samajwadi Party is caught in an ugly family feud, the BSP is facing mass desertion and the Congress is finding itself lost in the crowd. It remains to be seen who would emerge the winner in this race of four lame horses. #OnStandsNow
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The Modi government is determined to kick out Maoists from #Dandakaranya, the 'free zone' of the CPI (Maoist). It has sanctioned air strikes to assist the ground force sweeping out the #Maoists from their den. However, doubts are being raised over the government's intentions to regain power over a mineral-rich region. Report from the war zone
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Blaine Alan Gibson’s wanderlust and passion for adventure, he says, are in his DNA. It takes the Seattle-based lawyer to mountains, deserts, oceans, forests and to places where “historic or political events” are happening. He relishes “solving mysteries”, too. Read about him in the latest issue of THE WEEK. Grab your copy now!
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Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 went missing en route to Beijing on March 8, 2014. Though pieces of the aircraft have been found, the bulk has not been located, yet. THE WEEK brings you the story of Blaine Gibson's mission to unravel the Flight MH370 mystery. And the trauma the families of Indian victims have been going through with the case being far from closure
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The battle for Mosul is entering a decisive phase. Under the Islamic State rule for the last two years, the historic city and its surroundings have suffered the worst. Thousands of its residents have become refugees in their own land. THE WEEK brings you the true picture of the unfolding humanitarian crisis
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A blindfolded Lady Justice symbolises impartiality—justice without fear or favour, regardless of wealth, fame, power or identity. But the judiciary has been anything but objective towards lady lawyers and judges. Instead, they have been objectified and discriminated against because of their gender. It's time the judiciary stops turning a blind eye to its biases
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During his election campaign, Donald J. Trump had said that the Indian community would find a true friend in the White House if he was elected. On January 20, Trump would be sworn in as the 45th president of the United States. Experts believe that while India may have less to worry about Trump's presidency than other countries, it must be prepared to face some instability #OnStandsNow
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ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL: The question of identity is as political for women today as the suffrage movement was for women in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. While women have come far, haunting questions of ‘Who A Woman Should Be’ remain unanswered. Meanwhile, on November 8, Narendra Modi announced the government’s decision to demonetise ₹500 and ₹1,000 notes without even promulgating an ordinance. A gazette notification was used to bypass the legislature and implement the decision, giving rise to the question: is there a democracy deficit in India? And, should the common man be worried? With five states going to polls, much is at stake for national parties in the new year
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Superb. Waiting for next issue😊
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It takes an extraordinary package to capture the life and times of an extraordinary personality. As India mourns the death of one of its most popular leaders, THE WEEK brings you 32 pages of extensive coverage of the Jayalalithaa story—from her childhood to her film career to her political wizardry to her final journey #RIPAmma
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5,00,000 people fled Mosul after IS captured the city in June 2014; 70,000 civilians have been displaced since the offensive to retake the city began on October 17. In the latest issue, THE WEEK reports from ground zero
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Mosul, the last bastion of Islamic State in Iraq, could fall any time to the allied offensive. In the latest issue, THE WEEK reports from the danger zone
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The one organization that needs to be tamed by joining hands. Cowards are those who make children their prey. 
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Politicians across party lines scoffed at him, as did the press and any in the public. But Donald Trump had a plan and pursued it all by himself. His win in the US presidential election has stumped many across the world. THE WEEK decodes Trump's triumph #USPresidentialElection
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