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Artful dodge
It’s not often that a painter — or rather his paintings — gets dragged to court more than 100 years after his death. But great master Raja Ravi Varma is in the midst of a legal battle. A descendant believes that at least 12 of his paintings are ...  | Read.. 
 
Belgaum means business
The police lathicharge that happened in Belgaum two weeks ago took Uday Kinjawadekar by complete surprise. There was nothing ...  | Read.. 
 
Vertical city
With over 250 building projects — some ready, some underway — at an average height of 50 storeys, Mumbai is well on its way t ...  | Read.. 
 
Death of a language
Narayan Singh Negi, leader of the Rong Ba tribe, in the village of Bagori in Uttarakhand, doesn’t know how to stop their ...  | Read.. 
 
Fortune favours the small
celebrity circus
It really is the age of the ‘smallies’. With the exception of Raajneeti, while the biggies (Kites, Raavan ...  | Read.. 
Geoffrey Boycott’s view from the pavilion
Kabul complex
Qawwali king
Adam teasing
Safety first
Tittle tattle
 
 
PAINTER PRINCE: A portrait of Raja Ravi Varma by his sister Mangalabai Tampuratty
Artful dodge
Hairy tale
Pancham perfect
Secular deal
English, Celina
 
‘It could have been George Clooney or a tree. I would have made love to the tree if I had to’