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June 2016 issue has twin focuses. The very recent elections in Tamil Nadu and the upcoming Chennai book fair. Sukumaran, Stalin Rajangam and Kalanthai Peer Mohammed have analyzed the various political hues emerging out of the results. Lawyer and feminist Ajitha writes on the various issues faced by Tamil and Muslim women in Srilanka. Karunakaran interviews people involved in the dangerous activity of mine clearing in northern Srilanka and brings out not just issues of physical safety but also the mental turmoil involved. In lieu of up coming Chennai book fairJune inumber has a section on literature, books and arts. This includes Perundevi analyses Perumal Murugan's Maathorubagan. Two excerpts from the novels of Salma and Pa. Venkatesan and the poetry collection of Sukirtharani. Short stories of Payani and Prapanjan. Translations of two poems of Warsan Shire. Srinivasan Natarajan article on arts and trends in India. Satchidananda Sukirtharajah writes on his travel to Jamaica and Kamala Ramaswamy on a family trip to New Zealand. Sasha Eberling pays homage to Lakshmi Holmstrom, excellent translator who had introduced the best of Tamil literature from Tamil Nadu, Sri Lanka and expatriate writings to English readers. This issue includes Yuvan Chandrasekar's column on poetry, reportage and letters.

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