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“This will be my life after football”
The last time I saw David Beckham up close, he was asleep on a hotel bed. So finding him fully conscious, given his tendency to talk as if his batteries are running down, raises expectations to an absurd degree. ...  | Read.. 
 
Love and let love
Elavarthi Manohar’s day is so packed with meetings that he can take out time to talk only on his way to work. ...  | Read.. 
 
On a sticky wicket
Code breaking
High fliers
Bowled over
Tittle tattle
 
 
 
Role reversal
A man in a car offers a lift to a girl. Just then, her friend arrives on a scooter. She hops on, and the two ride off, leaving the man looking sick while the voice-over booms: “Why should boys have all the fun'” ...  | Read.. 
 
Forest of the night
Not so long before Tamarind Court, before lounge bars and comfortable nightclubs became the norm in Delhi, what the capital city had to offer by way of nightlife was the Pussycat discotheque. ...  | Read.. 
 
Where are the women cops'
Help at hand
Better models
Why the gap'
“This will be my life after football”