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Colour of money
If you believe him, buying Husains worth Rs 100 crore was a piece of cake for businessman Guru Swarup Srivastava. He settled the deal over a 45-minute meeting with the master painter at Gallops, the restaurant at Mumbai's Mahalaxmi Race Course. What h...  | Read.. 
 
Poet's corner
Khan Sahab of the New Punjab Boot House frowns. 'Ghar nahin, Mirza Ghalib ki haveli kahiye,' he admonishes, before exp ...  | Read.. 
 
Happy to be a policewoman
Raghav's R&B
India bound
Bengal biz
Tittle tattle
 
 
 
A work of art
In some circles, Alka Pande is known as the Queen of Erotica. She may be busy with an exhibition that promotes graphics as an art. The founder-curator of the Visual Arts Gallery at the India Habitat Centre, Pande is also a fine arts professor. And sh...  | Read.. 
 
Last Word: Birds, bees and teens
My convent school in Delhi had an annual ritual. With much embarrassment on the part of the nuns, girls from the senior school would be led into the auditorium to watch a singularly uninformative documentary on the birds and the bees. ...  | Read.. 
 
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It begins at home
Save that child
Colour of money
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