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Eating between the LINES
For years we were told that there was a book in every one of us. It now transpires that it wasn't a book after all, but a recipe ' or, perhaps, a food story that had to be told....  | Read.. 
 
More than words can say
Last Tuesday, when Union minister of culture S. Jaipal Reddy announced a list of programmes to celebrate eminent Hindi and Ur ...  | Read.. 
 
BBC's most dubious poll
Calling Kareena
Batting for Rao
Delighted Dalip
Tittle tattle
 
 
 
Drawing on experience
There are incidents and incidents. Some may be of little consequence to the fabric of life, but get reported widely through the media. Other, anonymous incidents, sometimes change the course of one's life. These are experiences that people draw on ' ...  | Read.. 
 
Last Word: All that we did
What did women do in 2004' They won prizes. The year saw three Nobel Laureates ' Elfriede Jelinek for literature, Wangari Mathai for peace and Linda Buck along with Axel Buck for medicine. ...  | Read.. 
 
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Lasting effect
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Size does matter
Eating between the lines
More than skin-deep
Shaken and stirred
Sultan of the screen
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