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The devil in the drug
Shekhar didn’t really suffer from muscle pain. But he was at the chemist’s every day, buying a strip of Spasmoproxyvon — a medicine that doctors would sparingly prescribe for muscular aches....  | Read.. 
 
I was beaten at the police station
When the Delhi High Court ruled last week that consensual gay sex is not a crime, it was a battle only half won for Dilfar ...  | Read.. 
 
Pilgrims’ progress
It’s as good as a modern pilgrimage gets — 400 kilometres of traversing through one of the most formidable mountainous t ...  | Read.. 
 
Toast of tennis
It is not a chic West End restaurant serving fusion cuisine. Nor does it boast a Michelin star or two. It is not even an over ...  | Read.. 
 
If men are from Mars, women are from heaven
celebrity circus
The battle of the sexes may be an ancient theme in Hindi cinema but what is refreshing is the hero’s off-screen turn ...  | Read.. 
An Indian Portia come to judgement
Nehru restored
Dying words
New bend
Indian summer
Tittle tattle
 
 
The devil in the drug
Gay abandon
Willie, won’t he?
Daddy Uncool
White might
 
‘Fate has never made available the low lying fruit for me’