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Falling flat on the track
he recently concluded US GP was both an eye-opener and an eyesore. Trackside spectators and television viewers around the world first gaped at the spectacle unfolding before them and then, after the race had started ' in a scene that was right out o...  | Read.. 
 
Metro RoundUp: Something for everyone
In Delhi, a fundraising programme on Indian theatre saw a packed house, while elsewhere, a show to mark the international day ...  | Read.. 
 
Family Ties: A shoulder to lean on
Actress Sandhya Mridul was born in Mumbai and moved to Delhi when she was 10 years old. But she returned to Mumbai to beco ...  | Read.. 
 
Don of the big screen
Ram Gopal Varma is an avant garde filmmaker ' there's no two ways about it. Ever since he made his first film Shiva in ...  | Read.. 
 
My Weekend: Haimanti Sukla
The Saturdays when I don't have a programme lined up are few and far between, but despite that, I make sure that besides musi ...  | Read.. 
 
Plums anyone'
Among the earliest fruits to be cultivated, plums offer enormous variety, varying in colour from an almost-black to a pale ye ...  | Read.. 
 
Falling flat on the track
 
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