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Long road to nowhere
Few understand the meaning of the word, waiting, better than Damayanti Tambay. One evening, she heard on Radio Pakistan that her husband, Flight Lieutenant Vijay Vasant Tambay’s plane had been shot down and he taken prisoner of war in the 1971 Indo-Pa...  | Read.. 
 
Who’s the dumbest of them all
There may still be lights, camera and action. But no script, no direction and — absolutely no retakes. Perhaps that’s why the ...  | Read.. 
 
Neighbour’s envy, owner’s pride
Noble gesture
Sitar strains
Fashion queen
Firm grip
Rosy days ahead
 
 
 
Best of her kind
A few months after Gujarat burned, President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, with chief minister Narendra Modi in tow, visited the relief camps of Ahmedabad. As Kalam moved around, meeting victims of violence, a burka-clad woman walked up to him and quietly hand...  | Read.. 
 
Last Word: Paradise lost
“Any woman who wants such a thing is not likely to make it to paradise.” Which doesn’t stop the good women in Kahf’s story from speculating.)...  | Read.. 
 
Burning questions
That takes guts
By their own hand
VINDICATED: Setalvad sees the latest Best Bakery case judgment as the beginning of a larger issue. Photo: Gajanan Dudhalkar
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