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Wedlock to hemlock
The words were ominous. “The growing differences with my wife have become unbearable. It is better to end my life,” Amit Bhaskar told a Mumbai-based suicide help- line, run by non-government organisation Aasra, before he was found dead in h...  | Read.. 
 
What’s up, doc?
How would you feel if you came to know that your cardiologist, who you trust your life with, was not a qualified doctor? A fa ...  | Read.. 
 
Inflation, uninterrupted
Hiralal Parate, an Airports Authority of India employee, and three colleagues who live in a housing complex in Dwarka in Delh ...  | Read.. 
 
Renaissance in the Vale
It was a windy day in the summer of 1994. Ghulam Mohiuddin Aajiz had just stepped out of Radio Kashmir’s office in Srina ...  | Read.. 
 
What’s cool, what ain’t
social media
I work in the music industry, and we have an assistant in our office who is a recent college graduate. This is her first ...  | Read.. 
 
Baby lore in Bachchan land
celebrity circus
Did you miss the media circus that went on holiday when Aishwarya delivered her baby girl on Wednesday morning? Phew, it w ...  | Read.. 
Danish Snow Queen in Indian avatar
Gown glory
Roebuck clue
Rover pays
Down to earth
Tittle tattle
 
 
Wedlock to hemlock
Food dude
Gay pride
War women
Luckless
 
‘I would love to be an Indian citizen’