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Where have all the girls gone?
Tilak Raj has diligently been following a routine for the last nine years. After lunch often at the cost of an afternoon siesta he heads for the chaupal, the village centre, to play cards with a group of elders. It’s not the game that...  | Read.. 
 
Coming, cable TV wars
Being out of power can have immediate consequences for political families, as the Maran brothers are discovering. The dominan ...  | Read.. 
 
Gun’s done, butter’s better
Ghashiram Bhalu carefully wields his welding torch at the vocational training institute in Paralakhemundi, a remote town in O ...  | Read.. 
 
The demon within
Sushmita’s grandparents thought their dead son was back, though in the body of the 14-year-old Calcutta girl. She, they ...  | Read.. 
 
Tweetfully yours
I’m getting married this August, and I’m concerned that my guests will abuse social media during the wedding. What ...  | Read.. 
 
Tweetfully yours
social media
I’m getting married this August, and I’m concerned that my guests will abuse social media during the wedding. What ...  | Read.. 
 
Lagaan’s ghost of wife past
celebrity circus
What do we talk about first? Solitaires and glitzy gifts, or success and an ex-wife? Let’s start with the latter Aamir ...  | Read.. 
Badi Uzzaman was ‘everyone’s buddy’
Down to a tea
Ina’s artists
Tittle tattle
 
 
Where have all the girls gone?
Om rule
Jumpin’ Jaafery
Oh Obama!
Simply south
 
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