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We travel to the Biennale in Kochi this year for our February cover story. As events go, the Biennale is important to us because of the free-falling diversity that it represents. This time is more special than usual because of the radical shift in reaching out yet further across social and economic boundaries the usually ‘unheard’. In times when debate and dialogue are needed, the Biennale represents a space which we need to nurture Also in this issue is a significant interview with Kiran Karnik on technology and the need for a human interface. Karnik’s views are particularly interesting in the context of Aadhaar and cashless transfers. Karnik served for many years in India’s satellite programme and then worked with Discovery for the launch of its channels in India. He played an important role in the IT sector as the president of Nasscom. Our February issue seeks to provide our usual diversity with stories on tree climbing classes, fundraising for NGOs, a heritage map for Goa and an interview with Aruna Roy on what has been happening with rural job guarantee scheme.

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