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Ghosely tales
Bhaskar Ghose is back at the draftsman’s table, almost a decade after retirement. He has just been summoned by Lok Sabha speaker Somnath Chatterjee to put on air a brand new television channel, dedicated to the proceedings of the lower house of ...  | Read.. 
 
Fear and gloom in Uttarbhag
Kanai Sanfui faces a gnawing, moral dilemma. This Panchayat member from Uttarbhag in Bengal’s district of South 24 Parga ...  | Read.. 
 
To Russia, with love
Curtain call
Kiss and sell
Indian in Paris
Tittle tattle
 
 
 
Living with prejudice
Justice Manjula Bose was not amused. At a dinner, a male colleague introduced her as “Lady Judge, Mrs Justice Manjula Bose”. “Everyone could see that I am a woman,” says Bose, who has the distinction of being the first woman, alon...  | Read.. 
 
Dolls’ house
It’s possible that dolls were a feminist issue even in Seventies India, but if there was intense discussion among the mothers of the day about the perils of gender stereotyping, we didn’t hear about it. ...  | Read.. 
 
Bend it, break it!
Tech tonic
Le baby boom
Maiden mag
Calling the shots: Bhaskar Ghose; cover of his recently launched book, Doordarshan Days
band of copycats
Fact or fiction
Tale from Romania
Bill’s bhangra
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