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Desi cool in America
Newsweek has just anointed South Asians the “new American masala” but the signs, as the Oracle might say, were already there. A little South Asian girl looks down at a supine Keanu Reeves at the beginning of The Matrix Revolution. Tops th...  | Read.. 
 
Murder at the Savoy
In this blazing summer, the drive from Delhi to Dehra Dun invokes elemental fear, with the outline of the horizon shimmering ...  | Read.. 
 
From Beckham to Le Carre
Eton Islam
Easter uprising
Ode to spring
Pathaks at war
Tittle tattle
 
 
 
Hot Property
In Bollywood, films die like flies these days. Even before the posters on the walls dry, they are replaced by new ones. At the altar of an impossible-to-please, blood-thirsty box-office goddess, movies are sacrificed every week. And like farmers wait...  | Read.. 
 
Last Word: Pop’s pill
As the old sexist joke has it, the perfect male contraceptive is a woman saying, “Not tonight, honey, I have a headache.” Until recently, that covered one of the three choices open to men who wanted to shoulder the responsibility of contraception — u...  | Read.. 
 
Bionic woman
From the art
Sale across borders
A burning issue
RAZZLE DAZZLE: Zehra Naqvi who stars in the Broadway version of Bombay Dreams
All that glitters
Fit for the polls
Softer copies
Fusion beats
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