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'February 14 can be a nightmare for some of us'

Stop moping and get your act together this Valentine's Day says Paloma Sharma Illustrations: Uttam Ghosh It's that time of the year again. Flowers are blooming, birds are singing and Hallmark is raking in enough profits to match the earnings of Dhoom 3. While love is in the air -- and also in parks, cafes and the corner seat of the last row of the seediest cinema hall in town -- there are things lurking in the shadows. These things are better known as the Forever Alones. Now you see, these ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago

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Uttam's Take: When AAP and BJP clashed...

The battle for 2014 has begun, quite literally it seems. The Aam Aadmi Party’s jhadu took on the Bharatiya Janata Party's kamal in New Delhi, leaving it to the capital's cops to restore order in the way only they can. Rediff.com's Uttam Ghosh offers a lighter side to the face-off. Click NEXT for more photo features...     ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

'What's up? Do you like the sex?'

Chaya Babu on braving the dating trenches and offers that immediately get clicked into the trash. I have an OKCupid account, and I recently downloaded Tinder, a dating app on which my first 'match' wrote me and asked, mere seconds after we chose yes for each other's profiles, "Hi. What's up? Do you like the sex?" Yes, this is the norm on many dating sites. I'm on the free ones, not exactly looking for any one particular thing, rather just interesting people, so perhaps it's no ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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The Youngistaan of Nagpur wants a change

'I would like to vote for Kejriwal. He is an aam aadmi like us. He has good middle class values. Corruption is the most important issue of this election. I don't like Modi because of his past.' Rediff.com's Vaihayasi Pande Daniel and photographer Uttam Ghosh travel to Nagpur, Maharashtra's third most populous city, to assess the mood among young voters. Nagpur is a young city. Nearly 50 per cent of the city's population is below age 15 (Census 2011). And a much larger number is below 25.
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The Japanese monk who is against the BJP

'If they come to power, they will try to change the Constitution. They are destroying Babasaheb's name. They are fundamentalist people,' says Surai Sasai, the Buddhist monk who has issued an edict that Nagpur's Buddhists not vote for the BJP or its candidate Nitin Gadkari. The Buddhist areas in Nagpur, Rediff.com's Vaihayasi Pande Daniel discovers, have a special identity and a firm thinking of its own. Additional reportage and Photographs: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com The Buddhists of Indora, north ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

10 facts you must know about BCCI chief N Srinivasan

N Srinivasan, regarded as the world's most powerful cricket administrator, offered to step down as Board of Control for Cricket in India president on Thursday in the wake of a spot-fixing and betting scandal surrounding the Indian Premier League.Earlier in the week, the Supreme Court had suggested that the Tamil Nadu strongman, who is regarded as the world's most powerful cricket administrator, must quit as chief of the Indian cricket board to ensure a fair investigation into the scandal, in ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Land of the black gold

FEATURES 28 March 2014, New Delhi, Team MP WIFW Autumn Winter 2014 kicked off in style at Pragati Maidan. Here's a sneak peek Wills Lifestyle Fashion Week (WIFW) 2014, the Autumn Winter edition kicked off amidst a lot of high energy and ...
 Millennium Post2 weeks ago
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Nilanjana S Roy: The pirate wars

One of the very few regrets I harbour about my journalism career is that I did not have the foresight to be in the Delhi High Court in 1996, when the case of Raja Pocket Books vs Radha Pocket Books was heard in front of their learned Lordships. ...
 Business Standard India4 weeks ago
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AAP ki kasam! When Mumbai fell for Kejriwal

Mumbaikars jumped out of vehicles to take a closer look the 'aam aadmi' hero. They WhatsApped images of him, requested selfies. Arvind Kejriwal swept Mumbai off its feet on Wednesday, and how! Rediff.com's Vaihayasi Pande Daniel reports the metropolis's response to the man of the masses. Photographs: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Pravin Jain got off his scooter with a smile on his face. He quickly parked it in a lane near Novelty Cinema, close to Lamington Road in South Mumbai. He then made his way to ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Bengal govt-aided home puts children to construction work

Two boys prepared to pick up construction material while a boy (in the background) gets ready to lay bricks. sns Pinky Gupta pinky@thestatesman.net Kolkata, 13 March Rescued from child labour, 10-year-old Uttam Singh (name changed) was ...
 The Statesman1 month ago
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