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US babu, desi mem
As a single, attractive, professional in Washington, D.C., Monica Grover is fed up with all the non-Indian men who are all too excited about her being Indian. Tired of American men feigning culture to woo her, Grover put up the following disclaimer a...  | Read.. 
 
Medicine man from Asansol
Dr Mosaraf Ali is a busy man. Heís got a book to launch, interviews to complete and celebrity clients to take care of. E ...  | Read.. 
 
The many colours of spring
Lost and found
Play acting
His story
Lock íní key
Tittle tattle
 
 
 
Battle for the airwaves
Itís turning out to be a high-decibel controversy. Private frequency modulation (FM) radio companies and Indiaís solitary satellite radio player Worldspace are engaged in a crackling fracas over the latterís request to be allowed to in...  | Read.. 
 
Tamil filmdomís top stars ' Kerala women
Diana Kurien graduated from Marthoma College at Tiruvalla in Kerala, where her father had settled down after seeking voluntary retirement from the army. Soon the 20-something Malayalee beauty started endorsing local textiles and jewellery brands and ...  | Read.. 
 
Box Office
Tuning in to cash registers
The importance of hit music in a Hindi film was underlined by the kind of opening that Abbas-Mustanís 36 China Town got last week. The Aashiqui number had hit the popularity charts before the film was released and the song was one of the biggest...  | Read.. 
 
Entering Bangalore
No booze
US babu, desi mem