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THE MAN WHO WOULD BE KING
It was barely a 500-square-foot flat, on the ground floor of Kadam Mansion in Dadar, the traditional Maharashtrian heartland in central Mumbai. The window sill in the room was lined with bottles of perfume, recalls a visitor who retains a vivid impre...  | Read.. 
 
Waiting for the Grim Reaper
The year was 1978. The Morarji government was in its second year. Charan Singh was the home minister and Jagjivan Ram the def ...  | Read.. 
 
Rapping to get you reading
Quite like those combo meals that fast food chains revel in, Delhi saw a combo release the other day. It was a gathering of t ...  | Read.. 
 
The other Bhatt
celebrity circus
At one time he seemed to be dangerously teetering towards extinction; he was petering out as a poor man’s Mahesh Bhat ...  | Read.. 
Atherton on sex and Sachin
Rupee rise
Marathon maiden
Wild about Ashima
Raja rose
Bi-country Bains
 
 
BREATHING FIRE: Raj Thackeray greets his supporters
THE MAN WHO WOULD BE KING
Bacchus beckons
Dé and the band
Look, Tootsies
The name’s Jaitley
 
‘We have to win the trophy this time. I am working towards making my team strong at all levels’