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Being Mortal: A sensitive account of end-of-life care

Atul Gawande's book, Being Mortal, tries to find out what doctors can do to make the end both bearable and meaningful

Basharat Peer: The man who scripted Haider

Haider just won the People's Choice Award at the Rome Film Festival for its gripping and authentic portrayal of the Kashmir conflict

Books by football legends make for a literary kick-off

The literary season in football is here with Luis Suarez, Roy Keane and Rio Ferdinand discussing their controversial careers

InMobi has a dhaba in the office

At the InMobi office in Bangalore, employees get to lounge, play games, jam, nap or binge at the in-house dhaba while working

Being dressy

The author takes designer and stylist Aniket Satam to assess the new collection of dresses by Being Human

The final whistle

Bogged down by inefficient administration, the once legendary football clubs of Kolkata are fading into irrelevance

The disappearing Jewish community of Kolkata

The community played a major role in devt of the city. Now with only 30 of its members remaining, an urgent effort is on to salvage its history

Tim Cook goes public: 'This will resonate'

A declaration of his sexuality by the influential Apple CEO Tim Cook will strike a blow for gay rights

The man who received a Rs 132-crore shock

As the town limits of Gohana begin, about 40 km from Sonipat in Haryana, Rajesh Chautala's name evokes mild interest and general dismissal

Book Review: Half Girlfriend is half inane, half caricature

A review of Chetan Bhagat's latest novel

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Breaking the wall
Jai Arjun Singh

The most Brechtian film I have seen from that period is Ketan Mehta's debut feature, Bhavni Bhavai

Rare treasures for the aam aadmi
Kishore Singh

Collectors are not averse to sharing their collections with people, and places of heavy traffic with adequate security, such as airports, would ...

The lost art of saying no
Anjuli Bhargava

Golf sets, tennis racquets, squash shoes, mobile phones and strangely even cars are bought by parents for their children without a second

Choosing a lifestyle
Malavika Sangghvi

Our life is about the lifestyle choices we make

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