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Sheila loved western music, watched DDLJ 20 times!
Apart from these, reading was also a big passion.
2019 is India's Deng Xiaoping moment
'The return of India to its own civilisational values can never endanger freedoms as pluralism is the bedrock of our...
'No fear of India turning authoritarian'
'The objective is not to make India into a one religion place, but to ensure that there is harmonious and peaceful...
What our leaders need to learn from the epics
'Gods are deceitful too and villains can be upright upholders of the law.' 'Perhaps political leaders of all shades...
Jeet Thayil on International Booker Prize judging panel
Thayil, the author of 'Narcopolis' and winner of the Sahitya Akademi Award, will join his fellow judges to look for...
Confessions of a 'Khan Market gang' member
'If Khan Market today -- a neon-drenched spectacle of blingy shops and pricey eateries -- is what it is, it's not due...
2019 election and the brown man's burden
'The anti-India biases of the Western elite can be attributed to the unease these privileged nations feel at the rise...
Elitism, populism, meritocracy...
Ajit Balakrishnan decodes the angst-ridden discourse of the day.
The curtain falls: Theatre legend Girish Karnad takes a final bow
'With his stature as a playwright and actor, Girish Karnad was one of the voices of modernity for not just Karnataka...
'Under Modi, the middleman has disappeared'
'In Rajiv Gandhi's time, out of every Re 1 spent by the government only 15 paisa reached the public.' 'At this...
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