We bring you an excerpt from an interview with the master couturier as it appears in the latest edition of Vogue (India). If you sit across Sabyasachi Mukherjee over a hot cuppa one day -- anticipating the wrath of the first onslaught of the Mumbai monsoon -- you better buckle up. He believes fashion is going through a crisis of identity. "Sometimes when I see these women so victimised by fashion I want to say, 'You don't need a handbag, darling, you need a hug,'" he tells Bandana Tewari. Rediff.com, 2 months ago
'The government, supposedly manned by wise and experienced officers, was all at sea, unable to act cohesively, and with restraint. Each agency was out to score brownie points.' Nitin Gokhale recalls the events of six years ago. On the sixth anniversary of 26/11, easily India's most horrific terror attack, everyone has a personal memory. For some, who lost family members, it is a painful recollection; for others in the police, the NSG, the army and the navy, it is about remembering lessons ...Rediff.com, 2 days ago
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