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Midnight zombies
When Neha Roy forgot whether she had sent her daughter to school or left her sleeping at home, she knew she needed urgent medical help. Roy’s forgetfulness had gone on for a year. The 38-year-old marketing executive of a Delhi-based multinationa...  | Read.. 
 
 
A diva’s quest for vengeance
‘Your voice seems fine, Madam. You shout quite a bit already,’ and sailed past the stunned head of state. ...  | Read.. 
 
 
Mon ami, graphic novels are here!
Move over Superman and Batman. Hercule Poirot is out to give all caped crusaders a run for their money. Agatha Chrisitie’ ...  | Read.. 
 
 
Young and sloshed
Anjali is celebrating her third month of sobriety over cake and coffee. But at the all-woman Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetin ...  | Read.. 
 
 
Miss Goody Two-Shoes
celebrity circus
After disrupting Raj Kapoor’s family life (which had just about returned to normal post the Nargis upheaval), then follo ...  | Read.. 
India’s rising sons & daughters
Looking at Naipaul
White chocolate
Culture clash
Tittle tattle
 
 
Midnight zombies
Singer takes it all
Spinning yarns
Bombed but not out
Weight and watch
 
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