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Talking about a revolution
At three in the afternoon, Samira Makhmalbaf doesn’t want to speak. “I’m very sleepy,” says a shrill voice on the phone. It’s Friday, the Osian Cinefan Film Festival’s opening day in New Delhi, their plane is four hours late and their clocks are still...  | Read.. 
 
Double take
“Three things in India — cricket, politics and Bollywood — capture the imagination of the masses like nothing else,” says Pri ...  | Read.. 
 
Divine comedy
Curry crawl
Jewel thief
Tittle tattle
 
 
 
The fight’s over, time to go home
Jambabati Bijra did what no man in her village dared do. With her children in tow, the tribal woman threw herself in front of a police van, forcing the law enforcers to turn away. It was mid-eighties. The agitation against the Bharat Aluminium Compan...  | Read.. 
 
Last Word: Equality at work
Morgan Stanley is one of the biggest and most respected names on Wall Street, but they suffer from a peculiar syndrome, an ailment that seems to affect government agencies, small companies and huge corporations alike. If you have the wrong set of chr...  | Read.. 
 
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Talking about a revolution
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