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The super-wealthy, invariably, want exclusivity: monstrous homes, super-yachts, the loneliest beach, the rarest dog...and here’s Ratan Tata, head of an empire, choosing as pets 4-5 desi street dogs.
By Mohini Kent
the Secret Diary of
After Vinod Ganpat Kambli’s recent allegation that I was guilty of match-fixing, friends and fans have been calling up inquiring if all this was true...
The page 3 people, the chatterati and those in the news for being in the news
Random notes, gossip, bitching, angles, conspiracy theories, spoofs, essential fundas
Published feedback from our readers: rants, raves, bouquets, brickbats
10 Questions
The Dirty Picture producer Ekta Kapoor talks about the film and her other productions
Movie review
The narrative is tightly paced and the tension holds you in the grip. The ensemble packs in a solid punch.
What a nice line in bitchiness Aatish Taseer has! Someone’s not going to be invited to the Jaipur litfest!
bangalore restaurant
Fresh, hearty, unpretentious and delicious, the food can’t be praised highly enough.
Cover Story
Executive, legislature, judiciary...even sullen corporates lay siege to the messenger
A Costly Picture
Heating The TRPs
opinion poll
67% Want Media Self-Regulation, Not Intervention
Press Council chairman Justice Markandey Katju's labelling of the Indian media as "anti-people" has few takers among news consumers
Freedom Must Be Earned
The media has to accept that a regulatory mechanism has become necessary. This is best done from within before outside forces interfere
T.J.S. George
UID: controversy
The much-feted UID project acquires a few enemies who take to attacking its methods
‘Enrolment, Not Aadhar Itself, Is The Issue’
The UIDAI chairman on the controversies and challenges facing his pet project.
Arindam Mukherjee Interviews Nandan Nilekani
maharashtra: vidarbha
The Vidarbha movement is set to get another fillip
karnataka: bypolls
Bellary bypoll turns litmus test for BJP
The slow wheels of justice inch closer to Modi’s chhappan ni chhaati
pharmaceuticals: controversy
Desperate US prisons look for lethal drugs from India. Should we market death?
southeast asia: india’s role
Does India have a role in Southeast Asia or will it be all at sea?
Cyrus P. Mistry is bequeathed both prestige and high-profile pressure
economy: state of the fiscus
The economic forecast remains gloomy. Is FDI in retail enough of a boost?
Kashmir: the big game
Outlook story inspires Bengali dadas to go to play cricket
eye on society: the third sex
Outlook met a few eunuchs who have tried to assimilate and lead normal lives despite being perceived as “anomalous”.
society: Grey lives
Finding companionship in old age is no longer taboo—at least not to the aged
the bohras female circumcision
A primitive rite for Bohra women sees its first murmurs of protest
the bohras female circumcision
“It Was Very Scary. I Was Mortified.”
Three Bohra sisters recount the horror of having to go through the community’s rite of passage
Arts & Entertainment
oscars: indian entry
Is Oscar glory for Abu a gossamer dream?
Architect of the sharply divisive US foreign policy, Rice delivers on geopolitics; her odd silences are inexplicable
Sanjaya Baru on No Higher Honor: A Memoir Of My Years In Washington By Condoleeza Rice
The most outstanding book on an Indian sportsperson that I have ever read.
Tom Alter on A Shot At History: My Obsessive Journey To Olympic Gold By Abhinav Bindra and Rohit Brijnath
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