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In June 2012 17 people, including six minors, who were alleged maoists were were killed in Sarkeguda, in Chhattisgarh. A one member judicial commission was set up to investigate it. Dipankar Ghose explains why the findings are damning for security forces and the larger questions it throws up. Next, Shubhajit Roy explains why the Pakistan judiciary stepping in to shorten Army chief General Bajwa’s tenure extension is significant for India. Last, a deadline has been set for the nation-wide NRC.
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