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After the bliss, the blues
They were the perfect couple. Nikhil and Nivedita Aggarwal graduated from the Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Ahmedabad, two years ago and tied the knot. Everything matched — from the plum multinational jobs that each landed in Mumbai to the se...  | Read.. 
 
Real life RDB: the Chittagong story
Life is not always a cake walk. It took Shonali Bose two years before her film, Amu, was screened in the United States ...  | Read.. 
 
Wet and wild
From a distance, Bhupendra Nath Goswami has been watching the rain that battered homes in Calcutta last week and the cloud bu ...  | Read.. 
 
Fire in the snow
N awang Gombu has seen — and heard — it all. It was the summer of 1954 and, as the septuagenarian Everester from Darjeeling p ...  | Read.. 
 
Bollywood’s getaway
Tukaram knows his land. The farmer stands on a narrow strip of a road near the Pavana dam in Maval, between Pune and Mumbai, ...  | Read.. 
 
The Catholic Khans
celebrity circus
Forget all other misdemeanours. But you just can’t stick the charge of hurting anybody’s religious sentiments on Sa ...  | Read.. 
 
Can I have my England back, please'
 
 
After the bliss, the blues
Kaput Kapur
Singer stinger
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Life, penned
 
‘I don’t talk about that man any more’