The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
To sir, with love, loathing & a laugh
We’ve all lived with them. We’ve all loved and loathed them. We’ve had them in school and in college, in success and in failure. On Teachers’ Day, Rajrupa Ghosh dwells on some classroom characters that have touched our lives....  | Read.. 
TechTalk q&a
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Gearing up for a Royal salute
The ball is not quite a perfect lie yet and the rough edges along the walk are still being smoothened. But there’s no missing...  | Read.. 
Power of the printed word
In-house advertising is pretty common in the media world. Almost every medium — a newspaper or a magazine, a TV channel or a ...  | Read.. 
Till we meet again
Losing a pet is painful. And coping with the loss — unimaginable. It’s the loss of an integral part of you....  | Read.. 
Next weekend you can be at... Babli
Incurable romantics thirsting for an authentic rural experience minus the warts ....  | Read.. 
To sir, with love, loathing & a laugh
Hello, it's Sunday, September 05, 2004
On stage
Cricket craze
War of words
Fly high
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City Lights
In its 50th year, a chance to watch the classic that almost didn’t get made due to budget constraints, in a hi-tech multiplex theatre with flavoured popcorn and vanilla cola in hand! ...  | Read.. 
The other side, at midnight
Tata Young could have changed her chartbuster Sexy, naughty, bitchy ...  | Read.. 
Bon Appetease
If the doctor gives you five more minutes to live, you might as well spend ...  | Read.. 
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