The Telegraph
Sunday , August 5 , 2012
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Sorry Relics

It’s not an uncommon sight in some of the best museums in the world to see a visitor with a rapt expression — as if in a trance — before a particular exhibit. It’s not often, however, you find someone sleeping on the floor of a museum. ...   | Read..

Hope floats in Bodoland

The ball soars in the air and lands on Fwidan Basumatary’s chest. He drops it, lets it bounce and kicks it high. The 16...   | Read..

The play’s the thing

It used to be an annual ritual. Mamta Mishra’s school-going son would bring home an assessment report sparkling with A ...   | Read..

Death of a son

Two little words — why and if — continue to haunt Anuj Bidve’s family. Why did Anuj have to die? And, if on...   | Read..

Back to froth and frolic

celebrity circus
Finally, Karan Johar is back where he belongs — in unpretentious, over-the-top, make-believe cinema. After all those...   | Read..
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