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Updated: November 30, 2011 20:19 IST

Cutting Corner

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Swami Agnivesh speaks during a news conference in Mumbai. File photo
PTI Swami Agnivesh speaks during a news conference in Mumbai. File photo

To our question on November 10: What impact could Swami Agnivesh's entry into the Bigg Boss house have had on the contestants and his image, K.S.Sundaram writes: Swami Agnivesh has had his share of political controversies, despite his contributions as an activist against bonded labour, untouchability and human rights violations. I fail to understand how he expects to transform the participants of Bigg Boss House whose baser instincts provide a voyeuristic thrill to an urban middle-class audience. I only wish that he is not transformed into one more participant driven with envy!

Our question this issue: The Indo-Pak tennis pair Rohan Bopanna and Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi have ended their doubles partnership. Who wil now carry forward their catch phrase: ‘Stop War, Start Tennis'?

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