The Telegraph
Sunday , October 30 , 2011
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Die to be happy
For many, life begins at 40. For 42-year old Delhi-based media professional Mrinal Mitra, the age beckons death. He’s been there, and done that and now believes all that he has to do is “kiss” death. He has even chosen what he believ...  | Read.. 
Singh is still king
It’s the hardy Sardar gene, no doubt. There’s Fauja Singh, running a full marathon at the age of 100. Then there ...  | Read.. 
Chronicles of a war untold
The call came as a surprise to former Indian diplomat Sashanka S. Banerjee. To be asked to write a book on Bangladesh was exp ...  | Read.. 
‘Create comics that work on the Internet’
Scott Adams’s comic strip Dilbert about an engineer and his work life in a large corporation is published in 2,00 ...  | Read.. 
Huff and puff for the No. 1
celebrity circus
A veteran filmmaker close to Shah Rukh Khan was said to have watched his overkill with growing concern. When SRK went into an ...  | Read.. 
Don’t trust me, I’m a doctor
Mystery lady
Hindi poser
Return back
Lord’s lady
Tittle tattle
Die to be happy
Taste of art
Rude ride
Punjabi pride
Book hook
‘India will gain out of FI; it will clearly show where India wants to go’