On one hand, the nation is consumed with protests, seeking justice for the latest rape victim. On the other, there is widespread sympathy and prayers for Salman Khan, who was convicted last month for killing the endangered blackbuck in the forests of Rajasthan 20 years ago. India surely lives up to its reputation of nurturing disturbing dichotomies. What repeats itself time and again, with every shameful incident that our country encounters though, is our twisted way of showing support for the victim. In the recent and past rape cases, for instance, our way of protesting has mainly been flooding the social media and newspapers with the most insensitive pictures of the incident to elicit shock and disgust. And we highlight these hypocritical undertones with such nonchalance that there is hardly ever any positive news that finds its way to making headlines. In the bargain, everything that is worthy of psyching you up is popping up right into your face. Whereas anything that’s potentially pleasant is easily buried into an unnoticeable space. Our woman on the cover also emerges from one such elusive space, which fiercely guards her against hogging the limelight. Tabu being on the cover of a magazine is a rare phenomenon. She is known for her reluctance towards the media as sensationalism doesn’t exist in her dictionary. But here’s some spilling-the-beans from her end for a change. The actress reveals a side of her, which is in complete contrast to her persona on screen. Salman Khan is on our pages as we try to dissect his tumultuous legal battle. A peep outside the country and London is abuzz with the royal wedding fervour, as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are all set to walk down the aisle at Windsor Castle. The celebrations are froth with speculation though, whether Meghan is indeed the next Princess Diana. Find out the how and why as we present Diana 2.0. Some exciting fodder also awaits all the binge-watchers out there as we introduce our new section ‘Streamingo’. What’s trending on the web? Which series, films, documentaries and the like can you dig into while tucking yourself in for some couch surfing time? Turn the pages and you will know. Enjoy the new and find comfort in the old, that’s always there to look forward to. Happy reading!