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The man who would be Prime Minister

Almost 45 years ago, in the late 1960s, when West Bengal was in the throes of political turbulence, a young lad who had barely stepped into adulthood arrived in Calcutta in search of inner tranquillity. He was also in search of the key to his life — to unravel the many mysteries of existence ...   | Read..
 

Free speech is very eroded in India now

Does Salman Rushdie still see himself as a Bombay boy? With his film Midnight’s Children about to be released i...   | Read..
 

Your attention please!

A seven-year-old boy who wets his pants is not uncommon. But when Norway arrested Sai Sriram’s parents last week —...   | Read..
 

Va va vroom

Nights out on Saturdays are a strict no-no for Abhishek Nayak. He has to get to bed early so that he can be up with the birds...   | Read..
 
 

Cheating hearts of filmdom

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Don’t make the mistake of marrying me. I’m not marriage material.” This was Kamal Haasan’s ...   | Read..
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