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    18 Sep 2016

    5 Great Indian Reads You Need To Check Out This Week

    From a profile of one of India's most deadly cops, to a heartfelt defence of Katrina Kaif's acting, this list has you covered.

    1. "Confessions Of A Killer Policeman" on The Guardian.

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    Raghu Karnad and Grace Jajo profile one of India's most prolific encounter cops, Thounaojam Herojit, whose chilling confessions about his killings (over 100) make for an uncomfortable, yet fascinating, read.

    2. "I Suffer From the Mocambo Malady And So Do You" on Arré.

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    Damian D'Souza writes about how the outrage over a Kolkata restaurant refusing to serve a driver is hypocritical coming from urban India.

    3. "How Unpaid Internships Are Basically Exploiting Millions Of Youngsters In India" on ScoopWhoop.

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    This super viral piece by Supriyo Mukherjee speaks an uncomfortable truth about Indian corporates and the phenomenon of the internships for experience.

    4. "In Defence Of Katrina Kaif" on The Huffington Post.

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    After mass disapproval over Katrina Kaif being awarded a Smita Patil Memorial Award for her contribution to acting, critically acclaimed actor Swara Bhaskar writes about why she actually does deserve it.

    5. "Love In The Time Of Homophobia" on LiveMint.

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    Dhamini Ratnam writes about how its high time we start calling out even the ones we love for their casual homophobia and discrimination.

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