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Sunday , December 2 , 2012
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A million mutinies

A leader of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) — back in those days when the word dissidence did not exist in its lexicon — put it well. The party, ideologue K.R. Malkani used to say then, would swat a rebel with the flick of its fingers — “like squashing a fly in a glass of ...   | Read..

Royal retreat

It’s a busy workday for Mahavir Sharma. The 45-year-old entrepreneur is in deep conversation with a group of men at the...   | Read..

The life of languages

“Makku!” “Paithyam!” Those were words that Mukul, born in Delhi of a Hindi-speaking mother, did not ...   | Read..

Play it again, Lolita

A Bengali girl made a huge impact last week at the 58th London Evening Standard Theatre Awards. From a long list start...   | Read..

King Kapur of social media

celebrity circus
With Anil Kapoor’s young nephew Arjun Kapoor doing extremely well after his confident debut in Ishaqzaade ...   | Read..
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