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The truth about the Jessore massacre
The bodies lie strewn on the ground. All are adult men, in civilian clothes. A uniformed man with a rifle slung on his back is seen on the right. A smattering of onlookers stand around, a few appear to be working, perhaps to remove the bodies. ...  | Read.. 
 
Far from the madding crowd
Saguna Baug, a 55-acre farm in Neral, just about 100 kilometres from Mumbai, tells you all that you wanted to know about rura ...  | Read.. 
 
The poet is dead, long live the poet
It all started with four tin trunks, coloured silver and crammed with a treasure rarer than gold. The value of the yellowing ...  | Read.. 
 
Such a long journey
No hard feelings
Royal snapper
Making room
Tittle tattle
 
 
 
Sister Act
Marija Sres was 12 when she first dreamed of visiting India ' described in the Arabian Nights as the land with rivers of milk and honey. She was in her teens when she heard about Jawaharlal Nehru and the non-aligned movement. And she was 28 w...  | Read.. 
 
Fire and water
This month, Deepa Mehtaís Water has been seen by audiences in Canada, England, Thailand and even in Pakistan. A privileged few have seen the film in India, at special screenings; it isnít certain when Water will be released in Indian theatr...  | Read.. 
 
It happens in China too
Pension boost
Time for reforms
Wanted, men
BITTER TRUTH: Civilians massacred in Jessore in 1971 ' but by whom'
The truth about the Jessore massacre