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The Chhattisgarh govt under Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel has decided to set up a committee to look into allegations that the state police had met with the Israeli NSO group, whose Pegasus spyware was used to snoop on Indian activists and lawyers, a few years ago. Our Chhattisgarh correspondent Dipankar Ghose, explains what they are investigating and the political strategy behind the move. Next, Somya Lakhani unpacks the Tis Hazari clashes between policemen and lawyers in Delhi and the underlying discontent that fueled the protest that followed. Last, why the Shiv Sena government is struggling to form the government in Maharashtra.
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