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Nationality and the market

Anish Kapoor in UK, and Sujata Bajaj in Dubai and Paris, have obvious overseas buyers, but which nation will claim their inheritance?

Kishore Singh: It all boils down to protocol

A pot of tea is put out in the balcony every morning alongside five neatly folded newspapers. As the first riser in the household, you would think I'd have rights on the tea along with the day's headlines, but my wife's instructions are irrevocable ...

Kishore Singh: Dinner, with a little bit of peace

It was some time after nine when the front door opened to let in my wife's first guest, an outstation visitor for whom my wife had laid out a "social salon" - which is how you refer to intimate dinners of a few, select people. Because my wife was ...

Sweeping Venice off her feet

The Iceland pavilion's transformation of a former church into a mosque by artist Christoph Buchel has created a storm

Kishore Singh: The motion has it

For a nation that famously makes a fetish of its bowel movements, analysing each day's output with the diligence of research scientists, it's a mystery why so much cupidity is involved in its management. Before the film Piku released yesterday, ...

Kishore Singh: The Nepal that was

If in the 1960s Kathmandu was "foreign" for those few lucky enough to be able to travel there, in the 1970s it was hippie haven with cheap ganja

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