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|Friday | August 29, 2014|
After nearly 14 years, a sessions court in Manipur finally agrees that Irom Sarmila Chanu isn't trying to kill herself, that her indefinite hunger strike against the draconian Armed Forces Special Powers Act is a legitimate form of peaceful protest. The Iron Lady may be free, but her struggle is far from over, says Rini Barman.
Parul Gupta masters space and time
Kanika Anand | 23rd Aug
Freeman’s placid period drama flatters to deceive
SHARANYA MANIVANNAN | 23rd Aug
All’s fair in love and war? Not anymore, thanks to fresh ASCI guidelines
OUR CORRESPONDENT | 23rd Aug
Black Sabbath’s Ozzy Osbourne predicted future: ‘Iron Man is Here’
Sanshey Biswas | 23rd Aug
Emmys’ Predictions: Who should win & who shouldn’t
Nikhil Taneja | 23rd Aug
Shome Basu | 23rd Aug
Despite the fact that there is quite a bit on your plate, you’ll be able to carry out tasks in your own way and style this week.
VAASTU GUIDE: Kitchen
POWERFUL NUMBERS: 4th, 6th, 10th, 15th, 19th, 24th, 31st
GEMS: Black pearl: Public relations
COLOURS: Mustard yellow
Acting might have added yet another National Award to her kitty (for assaying the role of Ayushmann ...
Summer House Café, Hauz Khas, 9 p.m.
Vinayak^A brings his brand of progressive and experimental tunes for an electrifying night of partying. The Bangalore-based musician finds his inspiration from life, rock ‘n’ roll tunes and bands like Nine Inch Nails, Soul Asylum and Prodigy, and plays the harmonium, guitar, didgeridoo and keyboard.
"Sometimes we enter art to hide within it. It is where we can go to save ourselves, where a third-person voice protects us."