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The great Indian art crash
Some art buffs call it a crash, others a correction. But whichever way you look at it, one thing is clear — the go-go years of soaring art prices have come to a screeching halt....  | Read.. 
 
Balle balle Bollywood
Bollywood is in the throes of a Punjab fever. These days, rare is a Hindi film that doesn’t have at least some Punjabi f ...  | Read.. 
 
The secret life of Mahatma Gandhi
The place:an air-conditioned crowded tent at Gandhi Smriti in Delhi. The occasion: the launch of yet another Gandhi book — the Academi ...  | Read.. 
 
The ghost who writes
Albus Dumbledore, it may be said with some certainty, did not have a speech writer. At a formal gathering at Hogwarts, the sc ...  | Read.. 
 
Kiss and don’t tell
celebrity circus
Pucker up and face the truth, guys. Irrespective of how blasé actors might seem, Bollywood still squirms over a good, heavy-d ...  | Read.. 
Tandoori nights and Bombay dreams
 
 
The great Indian art crash
Blues power
Double take
Swiss sojourn
Fooled ya!
 
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