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COVER STORY: BOLLYWOOD
BACHCHAN VS KHAN

It's a battle of iron wills and velvet gloves. Bollywood's biggest stars are locked in a war that has divided politicians, industrialists and advertisers.

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EVIL SPIRIT

Another round of superstitions hits Chhattisgarh, this time over a sorceress. India Today’s G. Manjusainath reports.

 

 

 

NATION: THE GOVERNMENT

Ministers At War

Bitter battles being fought between senior ministers over turf and political pelf are delaying decisions on policy and affecting growth

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STATES: TAMIL NADU

In Democracy We Trust

After 10 years of suffering elections that were at best a sham, an experiment with polls in some of Tamil Nadu's interior districts empowers Dalits to take control of their own lives

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STATE WATCH: RAJASTHAN

The Desert Sun

The land of battles has another battle up its sleeve now. So far, it has been unable to attract too many investments and is lagging behind in key development indices. However, all that is set to change now with the state Government finally taking some innovative measures.

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HEALTH: KANPUR

Disease of Society

It is not just the ailment. The reason for the 20-year-old's plea for mercy killing is his disgust at being ostracised by society.

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SOCIETY & THE ARTS: BOOKS

A Position On Sex

Varma revisits the Kama Sutra as a reminder that it's the woman who is at the heart of the experience

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SOCIETY & THE ARTS: BOOKS

A Legacy Divided

The writers give a broad perspective on the art of the subcontinent but fail to achieve a historical balance

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SPORTS: CRICKET

The Kerala Express

Indian cricket finally has a character who is not just a penetrative bowler but someone who can enliven the proceedings with his spontaneity and antics and give spectators their money's worth

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NATION: TSUNAMI RELIEF

Ground Zero

Even two years after the tsunami, government relief operations are in a pathetic state, says a CAG report

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STATES: LALU'S ACQUITTAL

One Down, Six To Go

The acquittal of the railway minister and his wife in the much-hyped disproportionate assets case gives a boost to the UPA Government at the Centre and dampens his opponents' spirit

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BUSINESS & ECONOMY: HOTELS

No Room For Hospitality

Even as holidayers dump India every year for other South-East Asian nations owing to its sky-high hotel tariffs, the government struggles to deal with the problem that has gripped the hospitality sector

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SOCIETY & THE ARTS: DIGITAL CINEMA

Bytes, Camera, Action

As technology changes the economics of the Indian film industry, audiences in small towns are getting to see films in real time

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SOCIETY & THE ARTS: BOOKS

Terror and Memory

Anita Rau Badami's new novel takes a flight back to history with sharp sensitivity and limited passion

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SOCIETY & THE ARTS: HAVELIS

Romancing The Ruins

Abandoned and relegated to history, the crumbling edifices of Rajasthan are today being snapped up for business ventures

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