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Hullabaloo in the hills
Bimal Gurung has done it all. As a “trusted” lieutenant of Subash Ghisingh during the violent Gorkhaland agitation of the mid-1980s, Gurung battled political opponents, ripped up roads, blocked the highway and snuffed the life out of Darjee...  | Read.. 
 
Taslima tamed
I will never compromise,” Taslima Nasreen had told me on the morning of November 27. Late evening on the previous day, w ...  | Read.. 
 
 
Don’t knock on India’s door
While the Central government hems and haws over Taslima Nasreen’s future in India, the country, strangely, does not have ...  | Read.. 
 
 
You write, we sell
In publishing jargon, it’s called the ‘slush pile’. A dump, as many aspiring authors would imagine with a shud ...  | Read.. 
 
 
A Russian odyssey
Russians at last! In their tens, in their hundreds. The huge station square suddenly looked like the exit to a stadium. We we ...  | Read.. 
 
 
Mummies return
celebrity circus
All of us know that Maharashtrian mulgi Madhuri Dixit, mother of two, settled in the US (Denver) after marriage, flew into Mu ...  | Read.. 
How Sanjay Dutt was spoiled by Nargis
Croatia conundrum
Ted in trouble
Anyone for Gandhi'
Tittle tattle
 
 
Winter of discontent: GNLF supporters agitate during the recent strike.
All toned up
Bangla bang
Sufi soul
Going bananas
 
‘I am not a person who can sell a movie by making girls dance in bikinis’