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You’ve got an e-friend
Last Sunday, college- goers Sohini Sen and Tisha Banerjee decided to meet up at a multiplex in Salt Lake, Calcutta, to watch a film. Tisha had promised to reconfirm but as there were no calls or messages from her, Sohini assumed that the meeting was ...  | Read.. 
 
So who really bombed Mumbai'
Naved Husain loved the good life but was a lonely lad. He worked at a call centre, his brother was a journalist and his fathe ...  | Read.. 
 
Killing Kashmir softly
Royal touch
Vara vara good
Bond is back
Tittle tattle
 
 
 
A man for all seasons
Ranjit Bolt had just murdered his printer. It was a “diabolical machine,” it was driving him mad and he wanted to kill it. Unfortunately, the 47-year-old writer and translator had thrown it against his computer and killed that as well. He w...  | Read.. 
 
Hype comes unstuck
Not even rumours of their impending marriage could ensure a decent initial box office take for Aishwarya Rai and Abhishek Bachchan’s Umrao Jaan. J.P. Dutta’s remake of Muzaffar Ali’s film of the same name opened to an unbelievably cold...  | Read.. 
 
Jiah kuch bol do
The battle of the Mahabharata
Krishna capers
Jodha Akbar fracas
Ganga washes the marquee
You’ve got an e-friend
Power talk
Shroff in Sonagachi
New chapter
High notes