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5 Great Indian Reads From This Week That You Can Get Through In Under 5 Minutes

Just five minutes to a smarter, more-informed you.

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1. Tinder-ing As A One-Legged Girl In Mumbai

Antara Telang writes a heartwarming essay about how the dating app helped her get her groove back, after a tragic accident six years ago.
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Antara Telang writes a heartwarming essay about how the dating app helped her get her groove back, after a tragic accident six years ago.

2. Vogue India's cover story on Ranbir Kapoor

In a fascinating interview with Raja Sen, Kapoor opens up about everything from his career to possible alcoholism.
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In a fascinating interview with Raja Sen, Kapoor opens up about everything from his career to possible alcoholism.

3. Inside The Murky World Of Indian Gymnastics

This disturbing investigative report by Arunabh Saikia on Livemint exposes everything wrong with how sports are run in India.
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This disturbing investigative report by Arunabh Saikia on Livemint exposes everything wrong with how sports are run in India.

4. The Mafia Of Middle-Class Convenience

In a heartbreaking piece on The Hindu Business Line, Sabina Yasmin Rahman writes about the myth of a "begging mafia" and how apathy is affecting the citizens most in need.
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In a heartbreaking piece on The Hindu Business Line, Sabina Yasmin Rahman writes about the myth of a "begging mafia" and how apathy is affecting the citizens most in need.

5. Pink And The Case For Jurrat

In this insightful read on Arré, Karanjeet Kaur why Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury's Pink is a triumph in depicting an Indian society in which even being a woman who makes her own choices is an act of daring and pluck.
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In this insightful read on Arré, Karanjeet Kaur why Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury's Pink is a triumph in depicting an Indian society in which even being a woman who makes her own choices is an act of daring and pluck.