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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Sanghamitra Chakraborty

Articles by Sanghamitra Chakraborty

Here To Maternity

Here To Maternity

Feb 13, 2006 Sanghamitra Chakraborty

Tsabary's book will evoke such nostalgia in mothers who have passed early parenthood. But do new mothers...

It's Too Hot In The Igloo

It's Too Hot In The Igloo

Jan 23, 2006 Sanghamitra Chakraborty

Extreme weather events hit too close to home in '05. India can no longer avoid the global warming debate. ...

Antarmahal

Antarmahal

Nov 28, 2005 Sanghamitra Chakraborty

The director of this film has a new middle name — Ritu "porno" Ghosh.

Nature's White Out

Nature's White Out

Mar 07, 2005 Zafar Meraj

Some find it beautiful, but there is a colder side to snowfalls — that of being a ruthless, uncontrolled...

The Mob On My Back

The Mob On My Back

Feb 21, 2005 Sanghamitra Chakraborty

Your secrets are public, you're accosted by a host of unsolicited calls, even medical records are open. Is...

Two's A Crowd

Two's A Crowd

Jan 31, 2005 Sugata Srinivasaraju

Move over the eccentric bachelor uncle or the poor spinster aunt. Singlehood today is a choice—a happy,...

A Paper Boat

A Paper Boat

Jan 24, 2005 Sanghamitra Chakraborty

Will the policy invest in risk mitigation at local levels?

Sharmila Tagore

Sharmila Tagore

Dec 13, 2004 Sanghamitra Chakraborty INTERVIEWS Sharmila Tagore

The new chairperson of the Central Board of Film Certification clears the air about a CAG report that she...

Bile In The Brain

Bile In The Brain

Dec 06, 2004 Sanghamitra Chakraborty

Warped environments breed warped minds, reveals a new study of criminal psyche

Just Cut It Out

Just Cut It Out

Nov 08, 2004 Lata Khubchandani

Who decides how much is too much—the filmmaker, the censors, the audience? A debate....

Mother India

Mother India

Nov 01, 2004 Sanghamitra Chakraborty

From drivers to handpump mechanics, women are showing the way

Teething Teens

Teething Teens

Oct 11, 2004 Sanghamitra Chakraborty

Bees and birds are a far buzz away. Lack of sex education in urban kids leads to alarming results.

The Devi's Advocate

The Devi's Advocate

Sep 27, 2004 Sanghamitra Chakraborty

Is it legal to appoint a lawyer who built up a case for sati in Deorala a high court judge?

Dearth Of 
A Salesman

Dearth Of A Salesman

Sep 06, 2004 Sanghamitra Chakraborty

So, Amitabh Bachchan is a one-man brand industry. Nobody else has that 6-to-60 universal appeal who can sell...

Drought Ahoy?

Drought Ahoy?

Jul 26, 2004 Arindam Mukherjee

The westerlies send erratic signs. Is it grim season for economic forecasting too?

Momma, See My Wisdom Tooth

Momma, See My Wisdom Tooth

Jun 14, 2004 Vatsala Kamat

The bees do it, the birds do it. But bringing up metrosexual parents today is not that simple.

They Beg To Defer

They Beg To Defer

May 31, 2004 Sanghamitra Chakraborty

India holds on to an archaic beggary law. The underclass falls through its loopholes.

Breath Of Dissent

Breath Of Dissent

Apr 19, 2004 Sanghamitra Chakraborty

She has been on a fast unto death for four years. But a draconian army keeps her alive on a hospital bed.

Tim Sebastian

Tim Sebastian

Apr 19, 2004 Sanghamitra Chakraborty INTERVIEWS Tim Sebastian

The host of BBC’s Hard Talk, on his Indian conquests

Slaves In Draconia

Slaves In Draconia

Mar 22, 2004 Darshan Desai

Ordinary folks—minors, farmers, minorities—fall prey to POTA for no fault of theirs