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By Dilip D'Souza
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Random notes, gossip, bitching, angles, conspiracy theories, spoofs, essential fundas
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Gossip
The world's most famous literary date? June 16, 1904? Or is it now June 21, 2003? What sells more -- children's or adult books? Books in English per year in India? 5500.
Opinion
Moral outrage over the US' arbitrary use of military power in Iraq can wait. India must first safeguard its own interests. America is seeking to impose ...
Showtime
The brooding dark and dank air about it, much like Batman, is about the only element that lends the movie any character
Making A Difference
Villagers of Ghoraval no longer let their kids slog their childhood away making carpets
10 Questions
On his recent back surgery and his films
Cover Story
cover story
From sprawling luxuries to crummy edu-shops, schools are becoming big business, and spoiling parents for choice
National
bjp
Patriarchy hardly deters Uma Bharati and Vasundhararaje
habitat
Elephants with a taste for the good life return to wreck tribal homes in Dumka
kashmir
A fratricidal frenzy, a lost patron. Is it the end of the road for the Hizbul?
andhra pradesh
Away from Hyderabad, CEO Naidu is no success story
N. Chandrababu Naidu : "Manipulation Is Hard Work"
ncp
Pawar nets V.C. Shukla but Congress can't do much about it. Poll realities ensure it just grins and bears it.
STATES OF THE NATION
There is death in the air; Sparks of hope; Dark sun in the East; More than a touch of hate; Who's first among the equals? and Temptations of the flesh
International
Gulf War
They ought to be, considering there are enough incriminating instances. But they won't be, because they are the US and UK. Updates
newsbag
Only dues are permanent; 'Republican' Guard; Nailing a lie and You've got mail
Business
software
Is the giant's high-growth story over? The industry says it saw the re-rating coming.
Society
Downtown
Paradise regained; One minute please and Let's get to funky town
Gossip
Another homecoming for Sir Vidia; Bend It Like Beckham catches American fancy and double 'loss' for Ash
thumbnail
Don't self-medicate with drugs like Nimesulide that lower fever but masks SARS
urbania
Indian cities are a mixed bag—the good is often laced with the bad. Take your pick.
Arts & Entertainment
Dine-In
Madhu Jain dines Ismail Merchant
films
India's most expensive film yet is declared "cold" just days after its release
Books
Review
Told in the mountaineering spirit, with secret Indo-US ties keeping tabs on the Chinese
B. Raman on Spies In The Himalayas—Secret Missions And Perilous Climbs By M.S. Kohli and Kenneth Conboy
Review
The whole world uses fingerprinting, do they know the footprints lead to Nadia?
M.S. Gill on Imprint Of The Raj—How Fingerprinting Was Born In Colonial India By Chandak Sengoopta
Review
Bronson explores the lives and minds of apparently common people trying to script the stories of their own lives.
Sandipan Deb on What Should I Do With My life? By Po Bronson
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