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The end of Detroit
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A disturbed history

A disturbed history

Ronojoy Sen | September 15, 2012
India's first PM Jawaharlal Nehru was highly critical of MPs who tried to disturb House proceedings.
Deadly serious games

Deadly serious games

Ronojoy Sen | July 28, 2012
The Olympics have begun. Here's a list of must-reads on the modern Games.
Match up
The class of '48

The class of '48

Ronojoy Sen | July 14, 2012
The last London Games were high on drama for sportsmen from India.
Those who watch

Those who watch

Ronojoy Sen | March 3, 2012
A veteran journalist peeps into the world of sports fans.
200 birth anniversary of Dickens
The world of Dickens

The world of Dickens

Ronojoy Sen | February 4, 2012
If Charles Dickens was prolific during his lifetime, so have been his biographers.
Wisden's reportage
Between the wickets

Between the wickets

Ronojoy Sen | December 24, 2011
Looking for a quirky record of Indian cricket? This is the book.
The violent streak
Making the whole world blind

Making the whole world blind

Ronojoy Sen | December 3, 2011
Anna Hazare may deserve our admiration for many reasons, but comparing him with Gandhi or JP is doing a disservice to both those men.
F1 race: Formula wonderland

F1 race: Formula wonderland

Ronojoy Sen | November 5, 2011
India's first F1 race may have been a grand success. But does it signal any real change for Indian sport? India's first F1 race seems to…
being a muse
The spark of a genius

The spark of a genius

Ronojoy Sen | October 22, 2011
In Greek mythology, a 'muse' was one of the nine daughters of Mnemosyne and Zeus who presided over poetry, music, arts and literature.…
Nobel Prize for literature
Swede who came in from the cold

Swede who came in from the cold

Ronojoy Sen | October 8, 2011
So when the Swedish poet Tomas Transtromer, virtually unknown outside his country, won the 2011 prize few would have been surprised.
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