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Comeback kids

When Aditi Kapoor landed a job with a Gurgaon-based information technology company, she was thrilled. It wasn’t just the big brand name or the seven-figure salary that appealed to her — her new office was located in the other corner of the city from where her parents lived. Kapoor could ...   | Read..
 

Not yet out of the woods

The irony is stark. Odisha legislator Jhina Hikaka feels “claustrophobic” in his well-guarded official residence....   | Read..
 

Breaking baby news

Last week, as I sat munching the remains of a soccer ball-shaped cake made in honour of my daughter’s 10th birthday, I ...   | Read..
 

The seedy side of life

At their home in Calcutta, Soma and Ashok’s lives revolve around their six-year-old son, Debraj. After all, he was born...   | Read..
 

The play’s the thing

Nothing could have prepared Mansi Multani for the downpour. Playing Olivia at the Globe Theatre in London, she could have exp...   | Read..
 
 

Still in the cans

celebrity circus
Amartya Sen’s daughter Nandana Sen must pray to the gods to give her a film that will see the light of day. Or maybe...   | Read..
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