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QWrap: Anti-Terror Crackdown, Jaipur Lit Fest, Airlift Review

Here’s a quick wrap of the day’s top stories.

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1. Nationwide Terror Crackdown Ahead of R-Day; 14 Nabbed

A nationwide operation conducted by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) along with the local police of Karnataka, Telangana, and Mumbai has resulted in a crackdown on a suspected Islamic State (ISIS)-linked cell. Raids were conducted in Hyderabad, parts of Maharashtra, western UP, West Bengal and Assam.

2. Sunanda Pushkar May Have Died of Alprax or Lidocaine Overdose: FBI

An overdose of either anti-anxiety drug alprax or local anesthetic lidocaine may have caused Sunanda Pushkar’s death, according to a recent FBI report. Investigations on how these substances entered her body are underway.

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3. The Quint at the Jaipur Literature Festival

The Quint is present at the Jaipur Literature Festival, bringing you exclusive interviews and a lot more from the annual event.

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4. Movie Review: Airlift Soars High

Airlift is a gritty affair with one of Akshay Kumar’s best performances till date. The patriotic film also makes for a perfect republic day viewing.

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5. Dear Indians, Let’s Sign This Letter to India

With the 66th Republic Day just around the corner, let’s come together and share our thoughts about India. Come and join The Quint’s campaign – Letter to India and tell her how you feel. But first, let us tell you why we started this campaign.

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6. Australia Refuse to Relent But Will Rain Come to India’s Rescue?

Battered, bruised and humiliated after four successive defeats at the hands of Steve Smith’s Australian side, India will make a last-gasp effort to avoid the embarrassment of a whitewash as they take the field for the final fixture on Saturday in Sydney.

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7. S for Sex, S for Sunny, S for Sita

We compare Sunny Leone with Sita, both prototypes rather than people in our minds, not to legitimise the already-several-times-legitmised-but-just-not-enough-Sunny, but try and draw a parallel in the women as women.

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8. Royal Enfield’s Himalayan Is a Fresh Approach – Will It Be a Hit?

When you think of Royal Enfield (RE), a thumping cruiser with round headlamps comes to mind. A bike that you imagine taking to the highways for long journeys. But the company aims to change that with the Himalayan.

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