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Since 1st March, 1999
Celebrations to carnage
Yesterday, jubilant Londoners celebrated their city landing the 2012 Olympics. Less than 24 hours later, they faced carnage....  | Read.. 
Dizzy on Wednesday, city wakes up to terror Thursday
Analysts said the British economy is likely to suffer in the months ahead as shoppers and tourists shun central LondonRead.. 
In praise of poetry
The 1970s was an age of quests and queries. Society was changing. The literary outpourings of this decade portrayed this restlessness. The journal Krittibas raised ques...  | Read.. 
When satire falls flat on its face
There is nothing like a good political satire for a director to bring home the message against rule of ty-ranny. Nawabnama (adapted from Sharad Joshi’s Ek Tha G...  | Read.. 
Bunk office for such a show'
As evening descended upon the rain-drenched weekend of July 2-3, it was time for the curtain to come down on Odeon 2005. Just a couple of chances to catch the shows for which ...  | Read.. 
Facets of daily life
Old hits still rule
Dynamics through dance
Dizzy on Wednesday, city wakes up to terror Thursday