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Picking up the pieces
The man who met me at Scarborough railway station is a household name in Calcutta. The navy-blue blazer and tie had been replaced with a light brown jacket and an open-necked white shirt. But the trademark Ray-Ban glasses and white handkerchief peekin...  | Read.. 
 
Feeling the pulse
Sheikh Mukhtar finds it nettling — giving his children the polio drops again and again. Year after year. “How many more times ...  | Read.. 
 
Of sales and diplomacy
Taking stock
Game point
Polls apart
Tittle tattle
 
 
 
You’ve got a long way to go, baby
It’s 7:30 in the evening. Nita Saha, import manager, at Sheraton Overseas Private Limited, a Calcutta-based import firm, is sitting at her office desk, thinking of calling it a day. She hasn’t had ...  | Read.. 
 
Last Word: In the name of honour
Heshu Yones, Bakhan Bibi, Jasveer, Fadime Sahindal, Rania Arafat: they came from different countries, and they probably never knew each other while they lived. What ties them together, along with ....  | Read.. 
 
Crimes against women
Who is the laziest of them all'
Routine checks
Girls set to conquer IIMs
STRIKING OUT
Yours truly
Va va vroom...
Dribble down memory lane
Ramgarh redux
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