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Life after death
Every time Gladys Staines hears of an attack on an Indian in Australia, she shudders. To the widow of Australian missionary Graham Staines, burnt alive with their two young sons in Orissa 11 years ago, the attacks in Australia stoke up memories of a ...  | Read.. 
 
Day of the soccer girls
It could be a script for Bend It Like Beckham II. A story not just about one girl’s burning desire to play footba ...  | Read.. 
 
No labour pains
It’s a revenge of sorts for 50-year-old Paleri Rameshan and his coworkers. About 85 years ago, their grandfathers were p ...  | Read.. 
 
Roses are red, romance is dead
Red roses are the last thing on Jayshree Gowda’s mind. The Mangalore-based college student plans to spend this Valentine ...  | Read.. 
 
Farewell dad, the Aamir way
celebrity circus
It was a sudden end but he had his life all wrapped up neatly just before he went away. Aamir Khan’s father, Tahir Hu ...  | Read.. 
Charles Saatchi’s shock and awe
Children of Charles
Picture perfect
Moving house
Tittle tattle
 
 
Staines
Life after death
Cause celebre
Director’s cut
West is best
Prez’s gal
 
‘I glimpsed the humane side of Mrs Gandhi. She left a lasting impact on me’