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Scrambling for crumbs
Thanks to globalization, says The Times, “trainees at Indian call centres must learn the meaning of ‘slag’, ‘roger’ and ‘I’ll be buggered’ to deal with British customers”. The Americans hope to use a pending bill against jobs being sub-contrac...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
What’s in a show'
Sir — There’s no biz like showbiz. The controversy surrounding the outrageous stunt of singers Jane ...  | Read.. 
 
Women’s world
Sir — The Bankura incident highlights the pitfalls of the increasingly common practice of compellin ...  | Read.. 
 
With due respect
Sir — This refers to the report, “Bangladeshi tag on Allauddin” (Feb 7). The minister of state for ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
NINE YARDS OF CLOTH
The role of the sari as a cultural marker is deeply ambiguous. It can signify both conservatism and rebellion...| Read.. 
 
THIS ABOVE ALL
Self-portrait of an artist
If you want to know what the greatest figure in Urdu literature, Mirza Asadullah Khan Ghalib (1797-1869), looked like and how he lived...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
A landscape broken into and traversed in a car or an express train loses its descriptive value; the window of the railroad carriage or the windshield of the car, combined with the speed at which you are travelling, have changed the familiar look of things. The modern man registers one hundred times more impressions than did an eighteenth century artist. — FERNAND LÉGER
 
PEOPLE
JET SET GO
Everybody knows Goa in winter is the place to be. The seafood is excellent, the beaches are beautiful and ...  | Read.. 
 
Out & About
When Hari met Hollywood
Star trek
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