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But why this secrecy'
They’ve been sequestered for nearly two weeks in the basement of the red sandstone building that houses the finance ministry in New Delhi ' 40 to 50 section officers, press workers, law ministry officials and anyone else who has an inkling of wh...  | Read.. 
 
Life after death
On the face of it, Uttor Kolkata Udayer Pothey (UKUP) is like any other club. It organises blood donation camps, distributes ...  | Read.. 
 
Fowl is foul, green is in
The cabbage is no longer a symbol of blockheadedness. Despite visually representing imbecility at its best, the cabbage has r ...  | Read.. 
 
At the cost of all things fresh
Future plans
Olive branch
Biryani bride
Tittle tattle
 
 
 
Pride and prejudice
Positivity is something Shanti seems to swear by. And nothing, it seems, can hold her back from the mission that she has chosen. “I have given people the courage to live against all odds,” is the way she puts it, chatting over coffee in a D...  | Read.. 
 
A man’s world
They came from different professions, but they shared much. They were all women in their mid-to-late thirties; all had worked hard at their careers; most of them had supportive husbands and families; and all of them had made very similar decisions to...  | Read.. 
 
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Spirited effort
Safer campus
Ain’t cool
But why this secrecy'