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Vaastu, beliefs keep many VVIP houses in Delhi jinxed
Pankaj Vohra | 8th Mar
Delhi is perhaps the oldest capital of the world. It has history buried under every brick and stone. It has its shares of stories and tales, some of w...
SC set to give verdict on fixing on 25 March
Saji Chacko | 8th Mar
The much awaited Supreme Court verdict on the spot fixing charges that has plagued Indian cricket is likely to be announced on 25 March. It will take ...
"Love is an action, never simply a feeling. "
Blame it on Yashraj
Sirifort Auditorium, August Kranti Marg, 7 p.m.
After a gap of about 11 years, Bharat Dabolkar is back with a hilarious story of a part-Punjabi, part-Bengali family that is caught up in the whirlwind of their daughter’s wedding, which blows out of proportion.
G20 - Right side
Scripting A Nation
Nishat Bari | 8th Mar
Shyam Benegal rarely loses his calm, an invaluable asset for a film di...
‘The desire for change in India makes me optimistic’
Ajachi Chakrabarti | 8th Mar
Your book isn't a particularly flattering picture of the state of Indian polity....
Finding an oasis under a tree’s benevolent shadow
Paroma Mukherjee | 8th Mar
A few weeks ago, I stumbled upon a short film set to the tune of Icelandic post-...