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Cold chai with Vaikuntam

Anvar Alikhan | July 6, 2013
Vaikuntam talks about how he might have ended up being a 'kiranawala'.
FINAL PROPHECY
The supernatural code

The supernatural code

Anvar Alikhan | March 16, 2013
The new pope ascends the papacy under the cloud of a chilling prophecy.
Oh Zone
The Maharani of Mumbai and New York

The Maharani of Mumbai and New York

Anvar Alikhan | February 23, 2013
A lonely tea-sipping queen is closely connected with the two cities.
King Con
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Mr Natwarlal goes to America

Anvar Alikhan | October 20, 2012
An outrageous $20 million scam that involves a computer virus, Opus Dei assassins, the CIA and a friendly uncle in the Indian military.
Bollywood's disability
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Creatively challenged

Anvar Alikhan | October 13, 2012
With disability films, Bollywood's clearly found a new horse to flog.
City Legends
Acid in his inkpot

Acid in his inkpot

Anvar Alikhan | September 29, 2012
Rushdie's memoir 'Joseph Anton' sets off other memories as well.
50 years of 007
'Ve know your sekret, Mr Bond'

'Ve know your sekret, Mr Bond'

Anvar Alikhan | August 25, 2012
In 1962, a tux-clad spy lazily looked up from a baccarat table and, with a cigarette dangling from a corner of his mouth, declared that he was…
Vodka martinis
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Shaken, not stirred

Anvar Alikhan | August 25, 2012
Bond's vodka martinis...and other favourite tipples.
THE WIT OF BOND
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Dry as a martini

Anvar Alikhan | August 25, 2012
The defining wit of James Bond. Here are, arguably, the 10 best Bond-isms over the years.
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