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Ride the lion
THIS INTELLECTUAL history of 20th century Indian nationalist thought examines the relationship between three key figures of modern Indian history and the influence their ideas had in the shaping of society and politics in independent India. As ...
LOOKS ARE deceptive and small screen star Aman Yatan Varma is a standing example of the adage. He might play the soft-spoken gentleman in many soaps, but has turned out to be a loud mouth and a boor to boot. In the city to promote a contest,he ...
FOR CRICKET lovers in Hyderabad, the game mostly pivots around one man. Someone very very special. But that man hasn't been in the best of form lately. Injuries, adding to the wound of a string of low scores, had kept V.V.S. Laxman out of the ...
Turning the tables
THE HONEYMOON period of the Rajasekhara Reddy Government appears to be nearing its end what with the recent decisions to crack down on illegal power connections and tough talk on drilling of borewells attracting flak even from its own allies. ...
All roads lead to...
IT IS Pushkaram time again. As the euphoria starts to build and plans are made to head to the River Krishna, all roads are sure to be choked with the devout. Notwithstanding the large number of special train and bus services, the fear of huge ...
Christophe Faucher leaves the city this weekend after completing his term as the director of Alliance Francaise
Tryst with a ghost
A TAUT storyline and an innovative handling of the subject has turned Edi Nijam a not-to-be-missed affair on Gemini. Telecast on Saturdays at 9 p.m., it strings together different stories and laces them with just enough doses of suspense, ...
Formula for success
APART FROM Priyanka and Pelli Cheskundam, the other family drama that has retained its slot among popular entertainers is Padmavyuham. The ETV daily serial with an impeccable star line-up and oodles of emotion and ...
Meet of the artistes
TAKING A break from their schedules, television artistes flocked together for a meet last Sunday. The occasion was the general body meeting of their association and among other issues, the agenda of electing a new team of office bearers dominated ...
Athens in all splendour
The spirit of oneness was visible everywhere at the events, among the spectators and in the sunny city, recounts SUMITA DAWRA
Indian participants at Olympics face bouquets and brickbats, writes ABHIJIT SEN GUPTA
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