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Jobs: going hire and hire
Anurag Modi, 26, had three job offers before him ' two from companies in the telecommunications industry and one from an automobile firm. Eventually, the chartered accountant rejected all three and joined a private insurance company. “I couldn't...  | Read.. 
 
The dark side of the IT story
For once, Calvin and Hobbes and the discussion on Bangalore’s roads got no hits on ‘Bulletin Board’ ' Infosys ...  | Read.. 
 
Beauty, the Indian way
Sisters for sale
Laugh lines
Tandoori flights
Tittle tattle
 
 
 
The science of catching up
Looking back, M.S. Shaila is surprised at her own daring. She was the typical studious, south Indian girl of the 1960s who always lived by the rulebook. Shaila was declared a rebel when she decided to study to be a scientist. The final blow came when...  | Read.. 
 
Home truths
At first, there were no pavement people. Then, when the slum near our South Delhi residential colony was demolished two years ago, footpaths and roads outside the Nizamuddin dargah slowly filled up with the homeless ' all men. ...  | Read.. 
 
Think like a man
Pinched pay
Hot wheels
Power talk
Rushdie’s last sigh'
The curry conspiracy
Between judges
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