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Rashmi Sharma, 27, is an ideal buyer for marketing companies to target. She works for a big information technology (IT) company, draws a six-figure salary, lives alone in Mumbai and makes her own buying decisions. But ' here’s the catch ' Sharma...  | Read.. 
 
Songs sung true
If you are in Shillong and travelling in a cab, don’t be surprised if you find your taxi driver playing Led Zeppelin on ...  | Read.. 
 
Changing face of young England
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When dreams turn to dust
Smriti ' wherever she may be ' would have been pleased with the turnout. For one of the first things that social activist Ranjana Kumari was told after she landed in Hyderabad was that the hall that had been booked for her may well be too big for the...  | Read.. 
 
Without the curse
In Even the Queen, Nancy Kress postulated a future where women could duck menstruation completely. Her no-period world sparks a feminist movement to return women to the “natural” way. But women are, in Kress’ vision, deeply reluctant t...  | Read.. 
 
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