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‘If you drive us to the wall, we will use the bomb’
The Indians had had enough. Rajiv Gandhi had a new and assertive army chief, Lieutenant General Krishnaswami Sundarji, who had been the first Indian strategist to war game a nuclear conflagration with Pakistan, in 1981. In the autumn of 1986, Sundarj...  | Read.. 
 
 
Shame and scandalin the family
Remember the cruel father who turned his son out of the house in that old Hindi film' Or the scheming brother who plotted to ...  | Read.. 
 
 
Hanged by the mob
The burgler may have thought he’d be thrashed and then handed over to the police. He and his accomplices had broken into ...  | Read.. 
 
 
High Cal
If you’re feeling guilty about all the cutlets and mutton chops you’ve gorged on while pandal hopping during the Pu ...  | Read.. 
 
 
Utterly brotherly Aamir
celebrity circus
What an uncanny coincidence! Every time a new Aamir Khan film is on release, the limelight is on him for a story that’s ...  | Read.. 
New (Muslim) doctor in the house
Diplomatic incident
From London with love
Shining Sheena
Tittle tattle
 
 
‘If you drive us to the wall, we will use the bomb’
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Mick and music
Pant, pant
 
‘Ambani has been very nice to me. That means I have also been very honest and nice’