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A tale of two borders
The road from Derry in Northern Ireland to Donegal in the Republic of Ireland runs along a fascinating coastline and through undulating green fields. Next week, a Hurriyat team led by Mirwaiz Umar Farooq could be driving down it. Memories of other bo...  | Read.. 
 
Upwardly mobile
Nadeem Ahmad has been making a list of all the smooth-flowing, six-lane highways around Bangalore. Come weekends, and he hits ...  | Read.. 
 
Reel life in a Muslim nation
Bruno’s baby
Morocco’s Moor
Fame game
Party poopers
Tittle tattle
 
 
 
First past the post
In 1999, a fire destroyed the offices of TV 18 in Kalkaji, New Delhi. Raghav Bahl, managing director, promoter and prime mover of the company, immediately ordered the entire operation to be shifted to his own home. “There was no other place,...  | Read.. 
 
Dhoom all the way
Dhoom 2 seems all set to become the biggest hit of 2006. It has already outstripped the performance of Krrish, the year’s biggest grosser before Dhoom 2 burst on the scene. In fact, in certain pockets like Mumbai and Rajasthan, Aditya Chopra...  | Read.. 
 
No kisses after wedlock
All in the name
Sameera’s new love
Lagey Raho Gandhi
Heavyweights in Hey Baby
Irish Republican Army graffiti in Derry / Londonderry. Despite the Good Friday Agreement, sections of the IRA are still taking a hardline. This graffiti was probably written by members of the “Real IRA”
Song sung blue
Good girl award
Oh Boy!
Stitch in time
Bose will be Bose