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Saigal Who'
The teenage bedroom wall is a remarkable social register. There you can find the take-away body of the week, the adolescent demaogue of the fortnight and the multiplex star of the month ...  | Read.. 
 
Talking Point: Hand some, bloom some
Like statistics, the rules of advertising decree that some things are to be highlighted, and some glossed over. Take, for ins ...  | Read.. 
 
Eye on New York
Big dreams
Mix íní match
Play ball
India ink
Whatís cooking'
Crowd control
 
 
 
In photographic memory
A mirror and a woman. You can see a glorious black mane tumbling down a slim sari-clad back. In the golden glow of the hazy sunlight bouncing off the mirror, she seems fully engrossed in herself. And beyond the curved bed poster, another pair of eyes...  | Read.. 
 
Last Word: Ms India, anyone'
In the first fine careless rapture after our wedding, my husband and I sailed forth into the uncharted waters of house-hunting in Delhi. The fact that we had different surnames didnít even register, nor did it enter our heads that anyone would be con...  | Read.. 
 
Down with dowry
Read the fine print
The right code of conduct
Egged on
Still from Devdas
Hands off
Learn on the phone
From a distance
Food mood
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