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India Today, August 30, 1999
August 30, 1999

COVER STORY
His Last Bow?
Khushwant Singh, historian, author and jokester, has written another novel, possibly his last, after 10 years. In the autumn of his life, he says he'd like to be known as a scholar rather than as the king of sleaze. An exclusive interview. Plus extracts from In the Company of Women.

ELECTIONS 99
Safe Passage, Hot Pursuit
A cat and mouse game during the filing of nominations in the Bellary constituency of Karnataka sets the stage for a Sonia-BJP showdown in the coming elections.

Merging Manifestations
On most substantive issues the distinction between the major political alliances has blurred.

Poll Diary
News, Gossip, Jokes, etc...

OTHER STORIES

B U S I N E S S
Shifting Gear
With new models, upgraded technology and competitive pricing, the automobile giant has woken up to competition. But is it too late?

D E F E N C E
Legacies of Kargil
As India's most gallant soldiers are honoured, the legacies they have created transcend their deeds in battle.


NEWSNOTES REGULARS
Painted Glory

Blame Game
Total Eclipse

Remote Office
From the
Editor in Chief

Editorials

Columns

Eyecatchers

The Arts
Voices

Offtrack

Bodyline

Centrestage

Cinema

 

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