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Winter comes to the village
Calcutta Telegraph

Winter comes to the village

Every time the bilious yellow carpeting at Delhi's T-3 greets me, I feel like writing new words to the tune of Green Green Grass of Home . No doubt in its ugliness it's a classic, epic thing; no doubt, in time, this will be regarded as a great, ... Calcutta Telegraph, 2 weeks ago

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IBN Live, 2 months ago

Living with prejudices

In the grungy lanes of Malviya Nagar's Khirki Extension in New Delhi, amid small chai stalls and walls adorned with colourful graffiti, Ben John, a young Nigerian, makes his way to a general store and asks for a bori or jute bag. "Kitna?" he asks ...
 Sify1 month ago

Dist excise dept destroys poppy plants in 300 bighas

Statesman News Service Malda, 16 December Inspite the Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged the nation to declare war against drug and narcotics, a large quantity of land in the district is being used for poppy seed cultivation. Intelligence and ...
 The Statesman3 days ago

Cheating partners

Gurdas Singh's wife was cheating on him and he knew it. You somehow sense it, especially if you've been in a long marriage, Singh, a businessman in Rohini, a posh Delhi suburb, told me over the phone. Last year, Singh, who had been married for eight ...
 The Week1 week ago

Owners Upset with NGT order to take vehicles older than 15 years off road in Delhi

NEW DELHI: Vinod Gupta, 65, is a retired bank employee living in Paschim Vihar. Owner of a 1999 Zen car, he's a worried man. "I am retired and used to driving this car. It runs perfectly and gives me a mileage of 16km per litre. Why does the ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago For owners, old vehicles still gold  Times of India2 weeks ago

Bollywood's 'other women' get prominence

Born in Australia as Mary Evans and later renamed as 'Fearless Nadia' in India, the masked adventuress of Bollywood who played the protagonist in 1935 film Hunterwali, was rediscovered in Delhi's Khirki Village where an exhibition is being held by Khoj ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

A tribute to the other woman

From 1940's legendary action-packed Hunterwali to the millennial's dreamy dance-drama Dil Toh Pagal Hai, a new exhibition at Khoj International Artists Association in Khirki Village harks back to Bollywood kitsch by paying a tribute to "the other ...
 Sify2 weeks ago
Livemint.com

The Mint Planner, 28 November 2014

DELHI Art Vignettes From The Sky Till 3 December Artist Promila Arora finds inspiration in the reflective surfaces of buildings, steely finishes and mirrors. With Vignettes From The Sky , she experiments with the theme of duality. ...
 Livemint.com3 weeks ago

Living with prejudices

A visit to localities inhabited by Africans in New Delhi exposes the biases against them and the stereotyping that haunts the community day in and day out Dhruv Munjal November 1, 2014 Last Updated at 20:40 IST In the grungy lanes of Malviya Nagar's ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago
Pune Mirror

A friend indeed

The page that's gearing up for the wankhede party Talk of the town One of Bollywood's most beautiful, but now sadly estranged couples — Hrithik and Suzanne — zipped in an out of Pune separately over the last four days. While business brought ...
 Pune Mirror1 month ago
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