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Published: Tue, 28 Mar 2017 23:24:02 GMT

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Anti-Romeo squads... and those Italian marines...
Why 'anti-Romeo'? Why not 'anti-loafer' squad? Or 'anti-Majnu' squad?' wonders Syed Firdaus Ashraf.



Khalid Masood is a product of the West, not Islam
'Did Islam kill those five people in London?'



The real story of recent years has been mid-cap stocks
It goes without saying that the best performers are in the private sector, says TN Ninan.



Why hope is running out for the Congress
'The Congress in 2017 stands for nothing positive, not even secularism.'



A super filmi week with Anushka, Kangana and Jeetendra!
A lesson for Jeetendra from Raaj Kumar, Shashi Kapoor delivering gas and Susan Sarandon-Jessica Lange's caustic retelling of the infamous Bette Davis-Joan Crawford feud, Sukanya Verma's super-filmi week turned out to quite a blast from the past.



Kejriwal could end up the Vinod Kambli of Indian politics
'...a dazzling flash, and then, fizzle,' argues Shekhar Gupta.



Exclusionary 'nationalism' won't solve everyday needs
'The top-most functionaries and destiny-makers of the nation have thrown away the pretensions of statesmanship.'



What reality will replace the dream of 1947?
'Our prime minister manifests a vision for India to be great and powerful, but the modernity required -- of thinking, attitudes, behaviour -- seems alien, if not abhorrent, to his constituency and associates,' says Ambassador K Shankar Bajpai.



The Aadhaar Effect: Say bye to your privacy
'In 1984, George Orwell dreamt up the concept of a dictatorship that worked on surveillance.'



Bollywood autobiographies are the best!
'Bollywood's 'no prisoners taken' honesty comes as a big surprise.'