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Money, money, money
Delhi-based radio jockey Ginnie Mahajan catches up with her friends over a meal twice a week, each of them running up a bill of around Rs 1,000 every time. There’s another Rs 4,000-Rs 5,000 a month spent on clothes, shoes and accessories and imp...  | Read.. 
 
I Quit
Five days before he killed himself, Lokesh told his friend that he had put his failed love affair out of his mind and had men ...  | Read.. 
 
Movers and shakers
If you’ve got the inclination, the Mumbai film industry has just the right spot for you — the director’s chair. I ...  | Read.. 
 
Size extra small
“Chin up, chin up. And walk fast. If you don’t walk fast, the show will be over before you reach the end of the ram ...  | Read.. 
 
Pursuit of happiness
celebrity circus
Caught up with Madhuri Dixit for a short, exclusive chat when she flew into Mumbai early this week to pack her bags and go ho ...  | Read.. 
 
Indian, Pakistani bhai, bhai
Hallowed turf
Location wars
Icon worship
Tittle tattle
 
 
Money, money, money
Tiger tiger
Post script
Afghan connection
Kat with no cream
 
‘Nobody gives a rat’s ass if you don’t win’