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Little Big Breakups

Quietly in her room, Devika slit her wrist. And then, with her blood, she wrote her ex-boyfriend’s name on the wall. Her parents found her before it was too late. Devika’s physical wounds have healed in these eight months, but depression still stalks her....   | Read..
 

Cat among the pigeons

Kaushal Kishore Rai is a gifted man. He can sense a tiger’s presence just by the sights and sounds inside the jungles. ...   | Read..
 

Love and lust in Bhutan

At first there is disbelief. Then hesitation. Night hunting is not something the average urban Bhutanese wishes to discuss. A...   | Read..
 

Chocolate diet for daddy

I have always fervently supported my children in their extracurricular endeavours. My only rule is that my personal health an...   | Read..
 

This bird has flown

K. Ranganathan, who had just taken voluntary retirement, was keen to invest his money in some paying scheme. When he heard ab...   | Read..
 

Reel life turns to real life

Her landlord asked her to leave. Her neighbours looked askance at her. But that didn’t stop Ranchi’s Akhtari Bai,...   | Read..
 
 

A hit with a dodgy subtext

celebrity circus
It’s a very happy Eid for us, Salman’s film is a huge hit,” exulted Salim Khan as he accepted greetings in ...   | Read..
bullet Julius Caesar’s African campaign
bullet Say Cheese
bullet Flag waving
bullet Dallas return
bullet Rich Scotland
bullet Tittle tattle
 
 
Little Big Breakups
Limelight
Nice gesture
Freedom fabric
Clone tome
Playing director
 
tete-a-tete
‘Only the Marxists — not Mamata or the Maoists — can protect the poor’