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Gentlemen & their game
After covering more than 300 Test matches over a period of nearly 60 years, Dickie Rutnagur is at the age of 74 preparing to take off his pads, journalistically speaking. ...  | Read.. 
 
Colours of India
It’s a long way from the sun-baked temples of Rajasthan to India House, in the heart of upmarket London. But the Indian ...  | Read.. 
 
The Count’s tryst with Pakistan
Camden calls
Fizz quotient
Curry culture
Tittle tattle
 
 
 
How the Bill was won
Pradeep Sarkar knows his cinema ' and he knows his audience. And that is possibly why his character, Lalita, in the new cinematic version of Parineeta, has to face what four out of 10 Indian women undergo ' violence at home....  | Read.. 
 
Clothing fascism
Back in a more repressive era when nuns carried out “panty checks” to see if you were wearing regulation white cotton underwear, and school prefects were armed with rulers to measure the length of your skirts, Mumbai University’s vice-...  | Read.. 
 
Sex selection made easy
Separate lives
Nobel gesture
Gamepoint
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