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War of words

I the red soil tracts of Rangamati near Chittagong, the young Lieutenant — an intelligence officer for the 2nd Rajput battalion — ducked under boulders, took cover behind the trees and wove through the hills to relay information to his un...  | Read.. 
 
Dude, it’s not lewd
It was about four, perhaps half past four in the afternoon, when the doorbell rang loudly. The servant opened the door, and t ...  | Read.. 
 
Sorry, cash only
There’s a small crowd outside Rohitash Kumar’s fair price shop at Gunsar village in the Kotkasim block of Rajasth ...  | Read.. 
 
What’s the good word?
I have recently begun playing Words With Friends, the online letter game that is addictive, infuriating and biblical, all at ...  | Read.. 
 
Step into my web
Weekday afternoons are busy for the 14-year-old Mumbai schoolgirl. That is when Sushmita (not her real name) returns home to ...  | Read.. 
 
 
Strong in life, and in death
celebrity circus
When Shabana Azmi threw a dinner party at home on February 2 to bring in Mona Kapoor’s birthday this year, practical ...  | Read.. 
Sweet innocence vs pure evil
Shrien distress
Petrol panic
Sapper prayer
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Tittle tattle
 
 
War of words
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Mentor Khan
 
‘If you don’t hide you are heterosexual, why should I if I am homosexual?’