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I spy my children!

When Jayant Reddy found money going missing from his house, the domestic help was the automatic suspect. But the thefts continued even after the employee was sacked. That’s when the Hyderabad-based businessman noticed that his 20-year-old college-going son was suddenly flaunting a lavish lifes...   | Read..
 

Hello, Rakhi

Dia Mirza was not sure the offer appealed to her. But the Hindi film actress soon realised that making a debut in Bengali cin...   | Read..
 

Splitsville in Calcutta

I’ve come to the Kolkata court to learn about divorce. As with a good watch, a spouse is traditionally regarded in Indi...   | Read..
 

My daughter? Prove it!

As a parent, I know that by nature children are inquisitive. Numerous times my kids’ queries have caused me to fire up ...   | Read..
 

A rebel’s tale

Mutter the words Pyarimohan Mohapatra to any Bhubaneswar cabbie and you are promptly transported to the second most famous...   | Read..
 
 

Remembering the maestro

celebrity circus
When ghazal maestro Mehdi Hassan passed away early this week in Karachi, a TV channel here asked a fellow singer to talk ...   | Read..
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