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Pride and prejudices
 The group that had come to watch Meghe Dhaka Tara at Delhi’s Habitat Centre last week consisted of card-holding member ...  | Read.. 
 
Waits and measures
During the Delhi Assembly elections last December, candidates contesting from the bustling but downmarket Seemapuri constitue ...  | Read..
 
Eye on England
In lavish praise of the purist
Waxing eloquent
Madrid madness
Grand designs
Egg and bacon
Tittle tattle
 
 
 
The female of the species
his dreams, disappointments and dilemmas. The woman helps him fulfil his dreams but has no dreams of her own. She exists for his sake. Since India's first talkie, Aalam Ara (1931), that has been the rule....  | Read.. 
 
Last Word: By any other name
Alongside the matrimonial columns, there is usually a slender column that announces changes of name. Sometimes the reason is obvious, as when Dukhi Ram wishes to be called Sukh Ram. Some aim to correct spelling errors, as when “Andil” reclaims his ri...  | Read.. 
 
Rosa rises again
Film fever
It’s our right
Stories from the past
Pandit Ravi Shankar
In her own Fashion
Jhankaar beats
True blue chip
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