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<a href="http://ankhi-mukherjee.livejournal.com/618.html">Ankhi Mukherjee: Remembering the Old Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai</a>
Monday 01 December 2008
The last time I felt anything like this was when the first anti-aircraft gun was trained at a Bamiyan Buddha, followed by a diligent regime of destruction in March 2001
Thursday 25 September 2008
However splendid everything appeared about his daughter's prospective husband, something in the pit of her father's stomach told him that something was wrong. The groom-to-be seemed upright and deeply religious – which was important to the Sikh family – but still, there was something amiss.
Monday 21 July 2008
Multimillion-pound bribes, MPs serving jail terms and some in intensive care are among the arsenal of weapons being wielded in a dramatic battle as India's government and its political opponents prepare for tomorrow's crucial confidence vote.
Saturday 03 May 2008
Wednesday 09 April 2008
Jaffar Zaheer's impish irreverence hid a steeliness that emerged in the unusually principled stand he took against India's omnipotent political establishment during the premiership of Indira Gandhi. As the first Indian Air Force (IAF) officer to head the country's chaotic Directorate General of Civil Aviation, Zaheer refused, despite relentless political pressure, to withdraw the case against Gandhi's unruly son, Sanjay, for flying a commercial airliner with passengers without a valid licence.
Thursday 06 March 2008
India has launched a dramatic initiative to stop the widespread practice of poor families aborting female foetuses by offering cash incentives for them to give birth to the girls and then bring them up.
Monday 04 February 2008
Monday 22 August 2005
Saturday 12 February 2005
Saturday 12 February 2005
Thursday 21 October 2004
The minarets of the Taj Mahal are in danger of becoming the leaning towers of Agra. The government of Uttar Pradesh state has ordered an urgent investigation after two historians reported that the monument was in danger.
Thursday 17 April 2003
Sunday 12 December 1999
Saturday 27 November 1999
Thursday 09 September 1999
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