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|Thursday | July 24, 2014|
Ramayana as history? Indian textbooks in grey zone again
ADITYA MANI JHA
It hasn't been the easiest week for history buffs. First, a few upstanding citizens of Twitter mucked up the Gaza debate rather expertly. Arabs are evil and must be rooted out, Israel deserves "paybac...
The menu at Ssence, the fine-dining restaurant at New Friends Colony's Suryaa Hotel, fits in nicely with the surroundings. The lobby outside, which ex...
Phir se Faridkot: The Hindi rock band grows up, but refuses to grow old
Ajachi Chakrabarti | 23rd Jul
Manufactured complaints and the other hazards of the post-troll era
ADITYA MANI JHA | 23rd Jul
Awesomesauce EDM festival
OUR CORRESPONDENT | 23rd Jul
Fitness trackers: Now you can bell the couch potato with success
Jia Singh | 23rd Jul
Quick squeeze: A reluctant subject's notes on a one-day juice cleanse
RAVINA RAWAL | 23rd Jul
The Chronicles of Gharara: Pakistani vintage in Delhi
Payel Majumdar | 23rd Jul
Hamas, Israel agree to five-hour truce
Microsoft announces 18,000 job cuts
Q. Hi. Do you have any pizzas for me? You can buy them. Q. Don't I need to order first? No, you c...
I can’t leave my family for my lover
I have been stuck in a loveless marriage for the last 20 years. Of late, a neighbour has been expressing interest in me. I don’t know if his intentions are honourable, but I am flattered and touched at finally receiving the kind of attention that I always wanted. My husband is a nice fellow, but I am increasingly getting more involved with this neighbour. I think I have hidden things very well from my son and husband. I can’t contemplate the idea of a divorce as I love my son and I am afraid that my husband will get custody since my boy is fonder of my husband.
NIDHI GUPTA | 7th Dec
It was spring 2000. The band members of Coldplay had just finished recording Shiver, their first son...
"Youth offers the promise of happiness, but life offers the realities of grief. "