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Adultery yes, but murder'
In the hot and dingy cell she shares with 11 other women prisoners, Chanda Rao weeps while she pores over smuggled newspapers. “Believe me, I didn’t get my husband killed,” the 35-year-old mother of three — arrested on charges of conspiring with her p...  | Read.. 
 
Lights, camera, fiction
There were no belly dancers, but that’s all that was missing. Nandita Das and Hari Kunzru had read from Transmission, ...  | Read.. 
 
Mother India claims her own
True blue
Innings over
Top gear
Tittle tattle
 
 
 
Football' It’s a girl thing
Beckham, Totti, Owen or Raul. Who is the fairest of them all' Hmmm. Difficult question, judging only from the posters lining the walls of Rimita Sen’s one-room apartment on Calcutta’s Lake Avenue. Each of them flaunts a football legend, ponytailed, t...  | Read.. 
 
Last Word: Outlaw laws
You’re halfway to becoming an adult when you stop believing in Santa Claus and the Tooth Fairy. You’re an official grown-up when you stop believing that the laws of this country are fair, just and designed to protect the rights of all of its citizen...  | Read.. 
 
Body politics
Not just chick-lit
The fat lady sings
A raw deal
Lisa Ray
Ode to physics
Enter, the wagon
Sweat to fret over
Swinging hero
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