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Who moved M.F. Husain?

He towers over the Indian art world, putting most other artists in the shade. And yet he’s almost child-like at times in his belief that he can repaint the canvas of the world, reorder the universe, a

‘Friendly’ matches are a bane


The spectre of ‘friendly matches’ has reared its head again in the St. Joseph’s-CFA senior division league. With the league on the home bend, some desperate teams are adopting methods that are against

Congress: No ‘Pawar’ in Radia talk


The Congress on Thursday opted to steer clear of the issue of the controversial corporate lobbyist, Ms Niira Radia, reportedly linking the NCP chief, Mr Sharad Pawar, to the 2G scam-tainted DB Realty

Bhushan-Mulayam tape creates controversy

Barely 48 hours before the first meeting of the joint Lokpal drafting committee, a mysterious CD containing an alleged conversation between its co-chairperson Shanti Bhushan and Samajwadi Party chief

Campaigning ends in violence


The partisan frenzy in the final hours of campaign triggered widespread violence across the state, injuring many including the PWD minister and LDF candidate from Thiruvna-nthapuram, Mr V. Suren-dran

4.6 cr to vote for TN rulers in 24 hrs

The high-pitched campaign doused in vitriolic abuse and weird promises of more and more freebies came to a close Monday evening, leaving the gladiators gasping in the rival DMK and AIADMK camps as the

LDF ruined state’s finances: Mukherjee


The Union Finance Minister, Mr Pranab Mukherjee, on Sunday said that Kerala had landed in a debt trap because of financial mismanagement by the CPI(M)-led LDF government in the last five years.


Grow up ‘baby’ Rahul, says VS


The Kerala Chief Minister, Mr V.S. Achutha-nandan, on Sunday hit back at the AICC general secretary, Mr Rahul Gandhi, calling him an ‘Amul Baby’.

Mr Gandhi had jested the other day that if the left d

In a poll first, Jaya slams Cong, rules out coalition


Launching her first salvo against the Congress in her poll campaign, AIADMK supremo Ms Jayalalithaa on Saturday said the UPA government at the Centre “deserved to be thrown out” as it was “inept, inef

Little cheer for Kochi Tuskers


Oh boy! The home team has decided to field only players and not cheerleaders.

Instead, KTK will have music bands playing their tune while the oppositions will field their cheerful girls.The visiting

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I want to begin with a little story that was told to me by a leading executive at Aptech. He was exercising in a gym with a lot of younger people.

Shekhar Kapur’s Bandit Queen didn’t make the cut. Neither did Shaji Karun’s Piravi, which bagged 31 international awards.