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STORY OF THE DAY How the Indian Army is reviewing British-era practices By Pradip R. Sagar The review will cover wide-ranging areas such as honorary commission­s, funerals and ceremonies like Beating Retreat. Retired officers share their views

FROM THE STATES: SETBACK FOR JAGAN REDDY Why YSRC did a U-turn after electing Jagan Reddy as lifetime president By Amarnath K. Menon The Election Commission of India directed the YSRC to make a public announceme­nt contradict­ing reports that the Andhra Pradesh chief minister had been made the party’s lifetime president

HEALTH: CANCER Why women should take the cervical cancer vaccine By Sonali Acharjee Dr Aparna Gawdi, obstetrici­an and gynecologi­st at Apollo Hospitals, Navi Mumbai, speaks about cervical cancer, its spread, and the need for vaccinatio­n

EDUCATION: MENTAL HEALTH How schools can make children mentally resilient By Shelly Anand The NCERT’s recommenda­tion that every school set up a mental health advisory panel is a good start

SPOTLIGHT: TRACKING CHEETAHS Why monitoring cheetahs, once released in the wild at Kuno, will be a big challenge By Rahul Noronha Former Panna National Park field director, R. Sreenivasa Murthy, who ran a succesful tiger monitoring project, talks about what will define the well-being of the translocat­ed cheetahs at Kuno

FROM THE INDIA TODAY ARCHIVES (2010): ASHA PAREKH ‘It’s sad sari, salwar-kameez are considered outdated’ By Nishat Bari Asha Parekh and Kangana Ranaut talk about beauty and the role of women in Bollywood

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