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Of Pandits, Ustads and Scotch
Amar Mishra's neighbours know he is in Mussoorie by the sound of music. Every morning, the old boxwallah sits in his sunlit patio, with a tea-tray by his side, playing his favourites on his music system and sipping tea. The sound is soft, but the melo...  | Read.. 
 
Marriage, cosmo-style
It's all about fusion these days. Fusion food, fusion music, and now, fusion weddings. We aren't talking mixed marriages, you ...  | Read.. 
 
His daughter's father
Straight talk
Flying honours
Swastika blues
Tittle tattle
 
 
 
Crimebusters
There was a time when policewomen belonged in the realm of fiction ó and perhaps, in the odd top spot, in fact. Thatís because strength, courage and a certain mental acuity were deemed exclusively male police attributes. Over the last few years ...  | Read.. 
 
Last Word: Single and Indian
Whenever she can find the time, my pal Rama makes it a point to watch Sex and the City, the blockbuster series about four single women in New York. 'They have great clothes, great salaries, great apartments and the men they date take them out to prop...  | Read.. 
 
Remember Marie Curie'
Girls vs girls
The name's Bundchen
Dress reform
Of Pandits, Ustads and Scotch
Make love not war
Wheels within wheels
Egg on their traces
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