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Sunday , March 31 , 2013
 
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States of recovery

Anurag Sharma, 23, a graduate and the son of a village schoolteacher in Shahjahanpur in Rajasthan, convinced his father to sell a part of his land so that he could start a small firm dealing with steel and cement. His father agreed, albeit reluctantly. Today, Sharma runs Shakuntalam Steels, ...   | Read..
 

Breaking point

There are some dubious statistics which a few states in India have to live down. A young man or woman in Tamil Nadu or West B...   | Read..
 

Adam, it’s madam

When Rajan Gopal announced he wanted to quit his cushy software job, his father saw red. The 26-year-old Bangalore-based prof...   | Read..
 

Metro goes retro

Picture a hall — an old-time single theatre where people saw a film before multiplexes invaded their lives. The audienc...   | Read..
 
 

A twist in the kahaani

celebrity circus
Sujoy is prepping for his new film in the City of Joy. So has his sequel Kahaani 2 started? ...   | Read..
bullet Dress rehearsal for the prime ministerial job
bullet Colour coded
bullet Epic rewritten
bullet Flesh trade
bullet Indian shame
bullet Tittle tattle
 
 
States of recovery
Limelight
Changing track
Honey bunny
Write resolve
Urban malaise
 
tete-a-tete
‘Jazz was gay and was having too much sex. I worried whether people would think I was like Jazz’