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Random notes, gossip, bitching, angles, conspiracy theories, spoofs, essential fundas
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Opinion
The nation's two major political opponents have decided to bury the hatchet and work together. This decision was reached at a summit meeting late last ...
Showtime
The film as a whole is nothing more than a celebration of the dumb and the moronic.
Making A Difference
10 Questions
The chairman of RPG Group, also an art connoisseur and collector, on his unique display of self-portraits by leading artists and sculptors in Calcutta
Cover Story
cover story
Rebelling against their baggage of birth, Dalits across India are converting from Hinduism to better their lives. Do they achieve their dreams? The answer is not simple.
National
controversy
An eyewitness account takes the sheen off a Delhi Police anti-terrorist operation More Coverage
impressions
If all that these ads claim is true, how come we as citizens have not seen any change? And can't the money be put to better use?
OPINION
If they were just livening up TV debate, one could ignore them. But what is the remedy when the lunatic fringe becomes the sane centre?
STATES OF THE NATION
A substitute for the real Patiala; The native's partisanship; The flight of his fancy; This waning wave will wash them out; Rekindling an extinct joy and The jaunty step that slipped.
International
afghanistan
One year on, it's still in transition. The problem is, the direction of transition is still not clear.
Interview
The LTTE leader speaks on the peace talks between the Tigers and the Sri Lankan government. More Coverage
OPINION
The Republican 'victory' in the senate has justified Bush and rendered the anti-war protest irrelevant in one stroke.
interview
The nonagenarian on his tenure as Ambassador to India and his friendhip with Jawaharlal Nehru.
yoga
Sex scandals and rapacious yogis are spoiling America's quest for inner strength
Business
taxation
To be effective, the Kelkar Report has to be implemented in toto. Will it be?
gas reserves
Reliance's dramatic find comes as MNCs and regional powers juggle demand, scout for buyers. Time to rethink strategy?
Society
lifestyle
Call it the Brown Revolution. Flour power is in vogue with India's new-found craze for breads.
downtown
The Amla brothers drop anchor in Delhi; Sachin on a different pitch; Delhi's latest hangout and The latest from Tarla Dalal's cook-book factory.
Sham Lal turns 90, glad tidings for SRK, Salman's international venture in trouble and Nagesh Kukunoor's latest offering.
gujarat
It's a happy Diwali as Hindus and Muslims, aided by committed individuals, rebuild communal ties
kerala
Though a Thrissur court allows two lesbians to cohabit, society's sanction is yet to come
Sports
Exide Cup
Sarwan overshadowed Agarkar's surprise knock as a pinch-hitter to give the Windies a memorable win and a 1-0 lead in the ODI series
Umpiring
To err is inhuman in modern, razor-keen cricket. We need more men...and machinery.
Arts & Entertainment
Lata Khubchandani dines Dev Anand
nri films
The Indian diaspora straddles two worlds in the movies too. And now they are finding an audience, both globally and in India.
"I'd have loved to be..." A new column on the alternate aspirations of celebrities
Books
Review
An insider tells all of the rust that set in on the Iron Lady and led her to declare Emergency
Khushwant Singh on PMO Diary-I: Prelude To The Emergency By B.N. Tandon
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