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The village is the city
Analyse this: they had been hurt when the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games had been given to Atlanta and not to its birthplace. Now they have it. But what the Greeks had bet their bottom drachma on, those pre-euro days, has proved a psychological disaste...  | Read.. 
 
The unkindest cut
If you conducted a survey on the most fashionable phrases mouthed around the country these days, chances are “promoting disha ...  | Read.. 
 
From bed to worse
Faria file
Names change
This England
Tittle tattle
 
 
 
The Day of the Furies
When V. Chandra says that her son is named after her, somehow the pieces of the jigsaw puzzle fall into place. After her divorce some years ago, the secretary fought and won a case in the Bombay High Court to allow her son to use her name. Anand Chan...  | Read.. 
 
Last Word: The fond traveller
Near the top of my list of classic one-liners from literature is Jane Eyre’s quiet, triumphant aside: “Reader, I married him.”....  | Read.. 
 
Try and understand
Divorce, pavement style
Back to nature
Check your credentials
A glimpse of the Olympic village
Straight to the head
Poor man’s machine
Cook your own junk
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