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Based on months of reporting and research, The Caravan stories are crafted into dramatic narratives that employ pace, color, character and style to keep the reader hooked from start to finish, combining the excitement and immediacy of great fiction with real characters, real plots and real consequences.
Mayawati has more at stake in the upcoming Uttar Pradesh assembly election than she has had in any poll she has contested before. The Bahujan Samaj Party’s fall from power in the state in 2012 and its abysmal performance in the 2014 general election have left her fortunes at a perilous low, and defeat now could wreck her political career. But if she succeeds in her strategy of bringing Dalit and Muslim voters into a winning alliance, Mayawati will have forever changed India’s politics of the marginalised. Neha Dixit reports from the Dalit leader’s battle for Uttar Pradesh. Also in this issue: West Bengal’s unlikely love of mountaineering; the battleground ahead of Goa elections; the perseverance of a few journalists in Chhattisgarh in the face of pressure; India’s relationship with the United States; the histories that challenge the reductionist popular understanding of Islam in India; and much more.