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"The inmates are forever swatting mosquitoes. Mom, does this amount to cruelty?"
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Random notes, gossip, bitching, angles, conspiracy theories, spoofs, essential fundas
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gossip
What did Penguin pay for Aatish Taseer's first novel, The Temple-Goers, after signing up Ramachandra Guha for Rs 97 lakhs?
movie review
Till interval it's quite an affecting and poignant film and then dips inexorably to downright mediocre
10 Questions
On the launch of his new film 8x10 Tasveer starring Akshay Kumar and Ayesha Takia
Some leaders and some parties may pay a heavy price for selecting "winnable" candidates.
Mumbai Restaurant
A smattering of Thai dishes, and real Chinese food that's not Indi-Chinese.
Cover Story
rural india
There's substance to the rural story. The agro economy is on a strong pitch, but will the vote from the farms oblige?
National
politics: varun gandhi
Some clues to what may have kindled his sulphur
Campaign: Vote
Celebs put their strength behind citizen's movements to mobilise voters
opinion
The new RSS chief puts in place a brook-no-difference oligarchy
politics: election commission
Candidates will feel the sting of the gaze
Maharashtra
The NCP chief is plotting to have his cake and eat it too
elections: new voters
A 10 crore-strong votebank. Parties are going all out to woo the young 'uns.
International
EXCLUSIVE interview
India's outgoing ambassador to the USA, the high point of whose tenure was no doubt the N-Deal, talks about his various diplomatic assignments
Society
blogs: food
The love of food brims over, conquers the blogosphere
Jaipur: museum
Jaipur's Albert Hall Museum is brought back from the dead with expert care
education: law schools
A national law school sets no standards
Sports
ipl: south africa
It won't be the same, but South Africa's IPL hopes to seduce crowds with Bollywood allure
Books
opinion
In exalting Gandhi, we've elbowed Sri Aurobindo into the shadows
Review
A self-identifying, dispiriting tour of Islam's extremities inlaid with personal history
Khushwant Singh on Stranger To History: A Son`s Journey Through Islamic Lands By Aatish Taseer
review
Exploring roots is a familiar theme but it is the manner in which Amrita Kumar does so that sets this work apart
railways: bookstalls
Railway bookstalls undergo a makeover
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