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Sunday , May 26 , 2013
 
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The rise of the thunder dragon

In a remote hilltop village in eastern Bhutan, a knot of men and women waits expectantly for Dorji Choden. When the SUV carrying the president of the Druk Nyamrup Tshogpa (DNT), one of the parties contesting Bhutan’s second general election, roars up a mountain road and halts before them, ther...   | Read..
 

Saradha’s forgotten victims

It’s a lazy afternoon in the dank, cramped courtyard of one of the busiest brothels in north Calcutta’s Rabindra ...   | Read..
 

Coffee, tea or me

Anita Reddy used to treat her superior, Sandeep Prasad’s, invitations for coffee outings as a minor irritant. The Banga...   | Read..
 

There’s a tent in my garden

Crash.The dragon shattered the wall. It was in a sari, breathing fire and waving a whip. Strangely, its shrill rant about com...   | Read..
 

All for a piece of Pi

Irrfan Khan has a problem — Bollywood doesn’t quite know what to do with him. He’s just bagged the National...   | Read..
 
 

The joke’s on Vindoo now

celebrity circus
Decades ago, when Dara Singh was still king of the wrestling ring, I’d tagged along with him on a Sunday evening to ...   | Read..
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