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Since 1st March, 1999
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Every time I see Shobhaa D', the Khushwant Singh in me comes out. Actually, it might be more accurate to say that an ardhanareeshwar-cocktail of Khushwant Uncle at his lecherous worst and Neeta (the Queen of the Meeows that SD brilliantly inve...  | Read.. 
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A role model's duty
Sir ' Sachin Tendulkar can be spotted these days telling people how to use their mobile phones in p ...  | Read.. 
Nobody's child
Sir ' The story about Seher Hashmi, a little girl who could not be legally adopted by a Muslim coup ...  | Read.. 
There are some odours which cannot be removed, as Lady Macbeth knew, with the help of all the perfumes of Arabia. The efforts...| Read.. 
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Secret life of Saurabh Singh
Someone has tried very hard, but hasn't quite managed to tear it all off. Under a flyover in Ballia, Uttar Pradesh, among adv...  | Read..