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The Empire Rides Back
What could be more British than Rolls-Royce, the motor company which is considering marking its centenary this year by opening a dealership in India' This does not surprise Avtar Lit in the least....  | Read.. 
 
Up in the attic
“You’ve known for a long time that my greatest wish is to be a journalist and later on, a famous writer. In any case, afte ...  | Read.. 
 
Of saints and sainthood
Diana’s delight
High on drama
All lit up
Poor taste
Tittle tattle
 
 
 
Bridging the gulf
The “visible distinguishing mark” specified in her passport is a scar on her forehead. Gayathri does not remember how she got it. It doesn’t matter, for that was a very long time ago. It’s the other scar, the scar in her memory, that hurts....  | Read.. 
 
Last Word: Three little words
T alaq is for sharaabis,” said Fatima’s friend. Fatima has been supporting her family with two jobs ever since her husband died a few years ago. Fatima’s friend sews and repairs clothes in the evening; in the mornings she works as household help....  | Read.. 
 
Looking the part
Better to marry…
And now, from the capital
The show goes on
GRAND DESIGN: Bhupinder Singh of Patiala (centre) with entourage
Dare to dream