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Art of the matter
It was a striking display in more ways than one. Called 'Party is Elsewhere', it consisted of two tables, 365 wineglasses and a hammer that periodically struck one of the tables without smashing the wineglasses. Says artist Sudarshan Shetty, who asse...  | Read.. 
 
Lure of the Logan
What would you say to a car that offered features like ABS, airbags, power-assisted steering, remote-controlled central lock ...  | Read.. 
 
For society's sake
In Delhi, a cricketing legend came forward to do his bit for orphans while in Mumbai, an author explored the apathy of socie ...  | Read.. 
 
My weekend: Indrani Dasgupta
In spite of the usual assumption that models are total party animals, I am, in fact, quite a home-bird. After a busy week, I ...  | Read.. 
 
Spice of life
The term chutney comes from the East-Indian word 'chatni', meaning 'strongly spiced,' and is described as a condimen ...  | Read.. 
 
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