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Vinita Dawra Nangia is an Executive Editor with The Times of India. The blog O zone reflects her incisive insights into life, relationships and contemporary living, offering a fresh, sharper and more evolved look at yourself and the world you dwell in. The blog puts forth practical, feel good ways of dealing with contemporary chaos and the myriad internal struggles we deal with each day. O zone runs as a weekly column in The Times of India’s Sunday supplement, Times Life. Vinita is also Festival Director of the Times Literature Festival and Director/Founder of Write India, the world’s largest crowd sourced story contest.
If Indian politics is a theatre, Tamil Nadu is a multiplex. Where cigarette flicks and dark glasses are the perennial symbols of style and substance, sycophancy does a tandava over psephology. And with the players ensconced in the ministerial thrones in Delhi, it is no longer just a southern delight. Arun Ram, Resident Editor, The Times of India, Tamil Nadu, who alternates between the balcony and the front row, says it incites as much as it excites. During the intervals, he chews on a bit of science and such saner things.’s Erratica and its cheeky sign off character, Alec Smart, have had a growing league of followers since 1994 when the column began in the Metropolis on Saturday. It now appears on the Edit Page of the Times of India, every Thursday. It takes a sly dig at whatever has inflated political/celebrity egos, and got public knickers in a twist that week. It makes you chuckle, think and marvel at the elasticity of the English language. also writes Giving Gyan in the Mumbai Mirror, replica hermes bag film
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