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The great Alphonso sale
There is something truly tragic about the fall of a legend. One moment you are up there — right on top of the world — revered and loved by millions. And then, suddenly, you are being trampled on — scorned, or even worse, sneered at....  | Read.. 
 
Are you game'
When you are packed like sardines in a can, with no close prospect of getting out in a hurry, you have to find a way to ente ...  | Read.. 
 
The French Connection
Father's son
Backward step
Home from home
Dress-swapping
Tittle tattle
 
 
 
The making of a bandit
Twelve-year-old girl artiste Aditi Pandey steps out of a hut. The character she plays has just been raped and brutalised by her 54-year-old husband, Fakkad Baba. The camera pans from the miles of sandy ridges and twisting fissures in the distance, on...  | Read.. 
 
Last Word: College conundrums
Ask any of the hordes of young admission-seekers whether the capital’s women’s colleges should open their doors to men, and watch as the deluge of opinions breaks. ...  | Read.. 
 
What Bengal thinks today…
What’s for dinner'
Peek-a-loo
Ties that bind: Patrick French
Blowing in the wind
Cool to know Latin
Sound of music
Capsule cure
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