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Judgement Day
As neighbours go, the two men couldnít have been more mismatched. One, held forcibly in the Arthur Road prison till last week, is described by the police as a leading member of Mumbaiís underworld. The other, working through the day from an...  | Read.. 
 
Filmmaker sees hope in Bihar
As a boy growing up in Champaran in northern Bihar, Prakash Jha remembers the clout that his stately zamindari ancestr ...  | Read.. 
 
Why Indians are good at bad sex
New ball game
Food fare
Persiaís plight
Tittle tattle
 
 
 
Help is just a cell away
When Mumbaiís special cells for women and children were set up in police stations in the early Eighties to address the problems of women in distress, they were hailed as a major initiative in womenís welfare. ...  | Read.. 
 
Home alone
The testimony of 24,000 women across 10 countries confirms one of the nastier truths about violence against women: the home is the last place where women are safe ...  | Read.. 
 
Sheila proposes, CII obliges
Teach, touch
Glam sham
Punch pack
Judgement Day