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In the dock
Jagmohan Dalmiya, chairman of the Calcutta-based M.L. Dalmiya & Company, has had more than his share of glory. The chairman of the construction and infrastructure development company was the first Asian to be elected president of the Internationa...  | Read.. 
 
Lama Land
Bat an eyelid, and you’re likely to miss the Foreigners’ Registration Office ' an inconspicuous hill house located ...  | Read.. 
 
Lording it over Lord’s
Phuket parties
Currying favour
Loose ties
Royal touch
Tittle tattle
 
 
 
Digital dynamo for movies
For someone who cannot tell the difference between a Priyanka Chopra and a Lara Dutta and who’s barely seen a handful of Hindi films, Raaja Kanwar’s foray into India’s booming entertainment industry is surprising. Last April, the strik...  | Read.. 
 
Box office
Bucking the Ides of March
Paresh Rawal’s Malamaal Weekly, released three weeks back, has busted the theory that films released during the examination period don’t score at the box office. For years, producers and distributors have been wary of releasing their films ...  | Read.. 
 
Hey Ram! So many films on Gandhi!
Guess who’s the flavour of the season in Bollywood right now' No, it’s not the scrumptious King Khan, nor is it AB’s beautiful Baby. The man who’s got several film makers firmly in his thrall is none other than a thin, dhoti...  | Read.. 
 
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