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Pawn stars
DNMUM342941 | 8/23/2015 | Author : Amrita Madhukalya
Twelve-year-old Sai Krishna is your usual bumbling tween. He wants to excel at everything he's invested in, including chess, which is a guiding force in his life. The Chennai boy's zeal is matched by his happy-go-lucky demeanour. It is only when he chides his mother (al...
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Fund me a dream
DNMUM342942 | 8/23/2015 | Author : Amrita Madhukalya
A food-loving musician, a Sanskrit-speaking cow and an elusive kick-dancing frog in the deep forests of the Western Ghats may not seem like they have much in common. But all three are protagonists of crowdfunded projects that would not have seen the light of day if not for the ge...
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Time for Tagore
DNMUM342943 | 8/23/2015 | Author : Gargi Gupta
Shesher Kabita, published in 1929, was one of the last novels Rabindranath Tagore wrote and also one of the strangest. It is a love story between two people who only quote poetry to each other and converse in long, lyrical homilies on all kinds of things and, instead of settling ...
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Playing it poker straight
DNMUM342944 | 8/23/2015 | Author : Gargi Gupta
A landmark contest or an iconic hero usually sparks off interest in a sport. Consider what the 1983 World Cup win did for cricket in India. Tennessee-native Chris Moneymaker's $2.5 million jackpot at the 2003 World Series of Poker (WSOP) tournament had a similar effect on po...
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Sticking to the script
DNMUM342945 | 8/23/2015 | Author : Yogesh Pawar
On August 13, when Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi rose to speak in Parliament, The Telegraph photographer Prem Singh was lucky to have had a tele lens handy. He captured Rahul carrying notes (below) for his Hindi speech written in the Roman script. The picture went viral an...
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Sabbath for corporate slaves
DNMUM342946 | 8/23/2015 | Author : Marisha Karwa
These are odd days for Tamanna Jaisinghani. Having worked for more than six years without any time off (she took seven days off to marry), she started to "hate work". "My life centered around work. I really loved what I did at my second job," says the digital ...
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