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The last act
A heap of newspapers lay scattered outside her door. Inside, Parveen Babi lay dead. When alarmed neighbours called in the police, she had been dead for three days. Her foot had turned gangrenous because of diabetes. Torn by severe mental ailments, th...  | Read.. 
 
Going, going, gay
When health minister Ghulam Nabi Azad sparked a row by calling homosexuality unnatural earlier this month, Aravind Rao felt t ...  | Read.. 
 
Republic of Bellary
Two worlds co-exist in Bellary. One is the typical under-developed, one-horse south Indian town. The roads are narrow, pothol ...  | Read.. 
 
Welcome, the new Agony Aunt
It’s been four years since Vinita Sharma (name changed) was groped in a Delhi mall. The bitter memory of that day had be ...  | Read.. 
 
 
Shayan dogged by perjury tale
celebrity circus
While actor Imran Khan has earned himself a celebratory holiday a delayed honeymoon if you must and is somewhere in Europ ...  | Read.. 
Beauty is in the eye of the Indian
Pervez talk
London fever
Enemy No. 1
Language test
Tittle tattle
 
 
The last act
New role
In camera
Soul food
Animal instinct
 
‘It’s risky to make normal films’