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Requiem for Mumbai
There were diamonds on the railway tracks last Tuesday. No gold paving the streets, as the old quip goes, although a number of public works departments continue to drill and dig and search relentlessly, perhaps hoping someday to unearth the legendary...  | Read.. 
 
Killing fields
Tanabai Chaudhari sits brooding outside her mud hut in Papal village in the Yevatmal district of Maharashtra. Her cotton crop ...  | Read.. 
 
A high wind in Bandra
Cricket unity
Bhuj bound
Tittle tattle
 
 
 
Don of a new era
When director Mahesh Bhatt decided to make a film on Abu Salem’s life, the notorious gangster was livid. He promptly sued the director and Bhatt had to go on record saying that the film was not about Abu Salem at all and that the name of the mov...  | Read.. 
 
Play it again, Sam
The first week of January in New Delhi used to have a whiff of excitement to it. Every other year, enthusiastic queues would form in front of cinema halls early in the morning, with people in overcoats and mufflers bracing themselves against the cold...  | Read.. 
 
Celebrity Circus
Head-butting’s hot
Last Sunday, at Shatrughan and Punam Sinha’s wedding anniversary dinner hosted by Videocon Dhoot (somebody should give credit to Chunky Panday for starting these sponsored parties), filmland’s chief head-butter Salman Khan snorted like a bu...  | Read.. 
 
Worth the wait'
Bong connection
Requiem for Mumbai