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Leaving tiger watching to raise rice Ecologist Debal Deb, who did his post-doctoral research from IISc in…
The crorepati writer He's the man who gives Big B his lines. RD Tailang, the writer of KBC.
Chennai-Toronto express Review Raja is a Canadian enthusiast whose quirky video reviews of Tamil…
Don't parrot, perform Maestro Buddhadev Dasgupta will hold a masterclass on ragas.
A man's man Shivananda Khan spent his life speaking up for men who have sex with men.
Bhowmick and the first family of Indian football At first glance, it would be the craziest set-up in professional football.
From Times Blogs
The end of Detroit
Jobs in Detroit's car factories are moving to India.
Chidanand Rajghatta
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Can ‘bindaas’ or ‘jhakaas’ survive transliteration?
Shobhaa De
Anand marte nahin...
India's first superstar died almost a lonely life.
Robin Roy
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Keep the candles ready

Keep the candles ready

Prithvi S Acharya | August 4, 2012 India is shining brighter now than it ever was, so the rising demand for electricity is something that should have been planned for.
Creating a canvas for the people of Bhopal
The gold standard of industrial crime

The gold standard of industrial crime

Naomi Canton | August 4, 2012 An art exhibition of the Bhopal gas tragedy is being staged in London to remind world's biggest industrial disaster, the Bhopal Gas Tragedy.


August 4, 2012 JK Rowling may have moved on to adult books but she doesn't want to let go of Harry Potter. Neither do her children.
Eastern Front
Assam riots: The fight is still on

Assam riots: The fight is still on

Prabin Kalita | August 4, 2012 Militarisation of various tribes in Assam has resulted in bloody conflicts in the state.
Mass migration
Assam: Critical mass

Assam: Critical mass

Jaideep Mazumdar and Prabin Kalita | August 4, 2012 Are there any grounds for the indigenous Assamese's fear that the state's demographic is being altered? The figures certainly say yes.
Men don't know what to do with their mothers post the age of ten
When two isn't better than one

When two isn't better than one

Lalita Iyer | August 4, 2012 It's almost as though handing the mother over to the woman in their life gives him the freedom to do more important things.
India's first Olympian woman wrestler
Geeta, Babita and the great sister act

Geeta, Babita and the great sister act

Siddharth Saxena | August 4, 2012 This is a story of how a father braved village elders to make his daughters wrestlers. Being pummelled by the girls is now family tradition for the Phogats.
A choice — Privacychoice
How to track your trackers

How to track your trackers

Kavita Kukday Deb | August 4, 2012 As targeted ads become big business, online advertisers are amassing an alarming amount of personal data without your knowledge.
What makes Gold a compelling read
Cycling for glory

Cycling for glory

Siddharth Saxena | August 4, 2012 The hope of a gold and the fear of the afterlife is what makes Gold a compelling read.
London Olympics 2012: The son rises, spreads warmth

London Olympics 2012: The son rises, spreads warmth

August 4, 2012 Jai Bhagwan was doted upon by his parents. He returned the favour by entering the ring.
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