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There’s something about baddie

Change was in the air. It was the March of 1947, and India was caught in the crossfire of talks on Independence and Partition. As political leaders wrangled over boundaries, two young men from Lahore, the capital of undivided Punjab, plotted a coup of their own — on how to win the singles at t...   | Read..
 

Rumpus on campus

A sense of disquiet hangs over the morning music classes in the wooded, 100-acre grounds of Kalakshetra in Chennai. The recen...   | Read..
 

The man who wouldn’t throw in the towel

It was a curious gift for a much loved bride. The poor, rural welder from Tamil Nadu lovingly pressed a small packet in his w...   | Read..
 

Life is a goal

It was a rainy Thursday morning in July. Vijay Barse, a sports instructor in Nagpur, was on his way to work. But the heavy do...   | Read..
 
 

Missing faces and a funeral

celebrity circus
At Vilasrao Deshmukh’s funeral in Latur, it was once more a tableau of changing equations. Nowhere in sight was some...   | Read..
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‘Perhaps it’s my white skin. They think I must be of loose morals, maybe a whore’