The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
'It helps to have an Indian passport in Iraq'
Aparisim Ghosh still remembers the little boy. Barely seven or eight, the victim of a car bomb attack lay lifeless at the shrine of Imam Ali in the holy city of Najaf. His body was burnt but his face was untouched ' and was almost a picture of calm....  | Read.. 
From Jamshedpur to Tibet
The Albanian seaside town, Saranda, is dotted with palm trees and the name is traced t ...  | Read.. 
All the world's a Bollywood stage
Mulk's Raj
Fond memories
City of joy
Two's company
Queen Bee
Not just a pretty face
Will the real Deepti Naval stand up, please' Two decades ago, she was the poster-girl of art-house cinema. Ten years later, as the market banished her kind of cinema, she went back to an old passion ' painting. Then, as her marriage crumbled, she roa...  | Read.. 
Last Word: Nobody's children
Unknown 2 and 1, the two four-day-old baby girls abandoned in Mumbai and now rescued, don't know how unusual they are. Ever since a Mumbai paper ran a report on the plight of these two sisters, the city's inhabitants have been queuing up to offer hel...  | Read.. 
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'It helps to have an Indian passport in Iraq'
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