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Foreign invasion
It’s no secret that Maxim’s, the men’s magazine published by the UK-based Dennis group, has been launched in India via a licensing arrangement the group signed with the Delhi-based publishing house Media Transasia. Nor that ...  | Read.. 
 
Om sweet Om
Ask Mamta Kailkhura about the silver jubilee celebrations of the Art of Living, and she goes into a number crunching overdriv ...  | Read.. 
 
Dying to be a top gun
Lusty landlady
Name blame
God send
Tittle tattle
 
 
 
Courage under pressure
“I am often asked by people outside Pakistan if all our women go in burkhas,” says Rehana Hakim with a laugh. She may well find that funny. For, as long-time editor of Newsline, a leading Pakistani news magazine, it’s not...  | Read.. 
 
Smother India
as Jagaddhatri, the protector of the world. The second depicts India under the yoke of British rule: as Kali, “stripped of all, therefore naked”. The third image is of a laughing and radiant ten-armed goddess, Ma Durga, resurgent against t...  | Read.. 
 
Big leaders, tall talk'
Fuel to fire
No kidding
Only for her
COVER STORY: Maheshwer Peri, president and publisher, Outlook Group, with a copy of Marie Claire. Photo by Rajesh Kumar