The Telegraph
Sunday , December 6 , 2009
 
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Return to Ground Zero
The three black domes no longer loom on the skyline as one approaches Ayodhya. That’s the first thing that strikes anyone visiting the place 17 years after ravaging mobs brought down the Babri Masjid on December 6, 1992. Today, high yellow raili...  | Read.. 
 
Bollywood’s disorder days
A decade ago, people at Dumri village in Bihar shunned teenager Ekramul Khan because of his receding hair and wrinkled skin. ...  | Read.. 
 
His wicked, wicked ways
Om grew up in an environment almost devoid of women. His mother, Tara Devi, was the only woman he knew for years until he rea ...  | Read.. 
 
The aura around Auro
celebrity circus
Even if Abhishek Bachchan and R. Balki chose to unnecessarily hyperventilate against the media in one scene of Paa, ...  | Read.. 
Katie yes, Keats no
Connecting continents
Cambridge confusion
Who’s who
Tittle tattle
 
 
Return to Ground Zero
Aye aye, cap’
Pretty picture
Selling point
Green gal
 
‘He wanted me to be a doctor, and now I am in jail’