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gossip
Romance is certainly in the air, as far as the publishing world is concerned. No, no connection with the fact that David Davidar will soon be back on Delhi's literary circuit (AFAWK).
Making A Difference
How concern for a sick child led a family to work towards bettering the community's lot
movie: review
For the believer it is an extravaganza, a voyage into the absurd, the ludicrous and the funny. The doubter can give this a miss.
column
Recently, Sonia Gandhi lectured at the Nexus Institute in the Netherlands. This is what I had imagined she would say.
Cover Story
cover story
Everyone wants to be on the Hill. But NDA or UNPA don't have the numbers. Updates
National
EXCLUSIVE: raw: an insider talks
For the first time, an ex-RAW officer talks about how badly it is run
newsbag
Chinua Achebe, Sir Salman Rushdie, Kurt Waldheim, '89 Bhagalpur riots & Int'l Day of Non-Violence
International
pakistan
A few bold strokes catapult Imran Khan into political relevance
us: domestic violence
Monster spouses are increasingly ruining the lives of Indian immigrant women
Business
power: reliance gas
Is the petroleum ministry favouring Mukesh Ambani's RIL?
economy: retail credit
Banks are finding it hard to lend. Don't people want the goodies?
Society
Trends: only child
New-age realities are prompting urban Indians to settle for one kid. Raising superbrats? Not necessarily, they reason.
Dal lake
Neglected, dirty—Dal Lake is at the last gasp
karnataka: obc maths
A Sringeri for each caste. Quasi-political OBC maths are proliferating.
Sports
cricket: sunil gavaskar
Most choose to play the Sunny story safe
Arts & Entertainment
iifa awards
Bollywood glitz was on full show at the IIFA. Did anyone confuse cinematic virtue with a winning spectacle?
Jaishree Misra : Talk Naturally!
market: photography
A new, personal credo takes Indian photography to far shores
Books
Review
Fresh debate and cogent analysis of the dynamics of the Hindi press, and the changes it has wrought.
Ram Sharan Joshi on Headlines From The Heartland—Reinventing The Hindi Public Sphere By Sevanti Ninan
Review
The book has an energy and enthusiasm that older retired officers' memoirs often lack. A most pleasant read, it would have gained from less trivia
Bhaskar Ghose on How To Placate An Angry Naga By Leena Nandan By Jiwesh Nandan
Review
Chitre succeeds in reproducing the images and metaphors of Dhasal's work, and his unmistakable, hard-hitting voice.
Shanta Gokhale on Namdeo Dhasal—"Poet Of The Underworld", Poems 1972-2006
Photographs by Henning Stegmuller
 Translated By Dilip Chitre
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