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Deccan Chronicle: Twist in the tale

The authors trace Deccan Chronicle owner T Venkattram Reddy's rollercoaster journey

Barkha 2.0

One of Indian TV's most famous faces tells author why and how she hopes to reinvent herself in the uncharted territories of multimedia

Mahendra Singh Dhoni: Is Captain Cool for real?

A new biography asks the question but struggles for an answer

Travel: A Parisian rendezvous

Paris is a place brimming with history, irony and a bit of discontent

Oscar balm for troubled minds

Sensitive portrayals of the troubled human mind have stolen the show at the Oscars

Team India back in the groove

After a dismal two months in Australia that led to the team being written off as potential world champion, India have roared back into

Are social experiments losing the plot?

Social experiments are trying to balance the act of gauging people's reaction to community incidents with garnering views on YouTube

Up there but not quite

Hyundai has taken its competitors head-on with a smartly revamped Verna. The author takes stock of the changes in the sedan

How about a slim-fit kanjeevaram?

The heavy, hand-woven silk saris from Kanchipuram are getting a contemporary and easy-to-wear makeover

Italian cinema and British pop music to jazz up your weekend

If you are in Mumbai, Delhi or Bengaluru here is are some suggestions on how to spend this coming weekend

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Exam festivals aren't the answer
Anjuli Bhargava

PM Modi has poor handwriting. He never scored high marks as a student. Yet he is leading our nation of a billion-odd people

The emperor has one suit less
Malavika Sangghvi

After Kejriwal sweep, Modi appears a man chastened. He has taken to wearing sober clothes, the famous "power walk" has been toned down

Sorry separates gods from demons
Arundhuti Dasgupta

Who would have thought that sorry would emerge as the most powerful word in Indian politics? Politicians, usually not a remorseful bunch

Spritely wraiths
Kishore Singh

If anyone can claim to be an inheritor of the "Santiniketan" tradition, it might well be Mrinalini Mukherjee

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Multi-tasking staff is the eyes and ears at ministries

They would carry his briefcase, make him comfortable in the waiting room and offer him tea

The store that dresses Prime Minister Modi

The Ahmedabad store that made Modi's monogrammed suit is inundated with requests from people who want customised attire