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ISSUES

No longer mist and magic
`Ever since September 11, images on television and every word in the newspapers upset him. Just the way everyone else felt, it all appeared senseless to him ... ' Does this sound familiar? As living beings who live by language and the word and wis h to verbalise dreams and the universe, how do we shield our eyes from this kind of reality; a reality hardly distinguishable from simulacra? An essay by poet and writer KEKI N. DARUWALLA. More
Psychology of terror
If September 11 was a flare drawing attention to savage retaliation possible from aggrieved and humiliated communities, it was also a warning to all factions to turn from destruction to negotiating peacefully the common and equal right to the world 's riches. VISA RAVINDRAN on a kaleidoscope that emerges in the present war if one researches cause and effect. More
HISTORY
The final moments
The Nazis used Zyklon B, a dreaded chemical, to gas prisoners at Auschwitz. P. SUBRAMANYAM continues the series on the genocide. More
SPOTLIGHT
Mainstreaming along the Indus
A group of committed individuals is actively involved in rehabilitating those with disabilities in the high mountains of Ladakh. SUJATHA PADMANABHAN writes on how an uphill task has been realised because of dedication and sensitivity to others' needs . More
ISSUES
Cropping controversy
Small-scale farmers of Thailand face a serious problem. Jasmine rice — grown only by Thai communities — may be developed by the U.S. for the world market. The WTO has agreed to a proposal to expand protection to products with specific geo graphical indicators. Whether this will ensure a safe economic livelihood for the thousands of farmers remains to be seen, writes NOEL RAJESH. More

FOCUS
TRIBUTE
Death and afterlife of a tribal artist
The circumstances in which the talented tribal artist Jangadh Singh Shyam died need some introspection to ensure that such situations do not recur, says JAYA JAITLY. This is because tomorrow, there could be another artist like him. More

COLUMNS
WORLDWATCH
Last days of `Age of Oil'
LOOSE CANON
By Rukun Advani
Myth, mud and Mozart

BOOK TALK
By David Davidar
Shades of love
THE SHASHI THAROOR COLUMN
Need for a nation-state

CRICKET LORE
By Ramachandra Guha
A shilling for the doctor
MEDIA PULSE
By Sevanti Ninan
Regression as tradition

DOWN TO EARTH
By Mrinal Pande
Kaun Banega liberal?
OUT OF MY MIND
By Dom Moraes
Battles long ago

HEALING FROM WITHIN
By T.k.v. Desikachar
New way to health
FITNESS MATTERS
Healthy fats

GREEN TALK
Guardians in danger
PEOPLE
PROFILE
War on welfare
Poverty with all its inequities and ugliness is a part of the world's most powerful nation — the U.S.. MYTHILY SIVARAMAN writes on a social activist who was once a welfare recipient herself, and her crusade against poverty. More

LIFESTYLE
CINEMA
The Emperor's new clothes
The story of Asoka, the emperor who embarked on a mission of peace and atonement, is powerful and timeless. And so, Santhosh Sivan's `Asoka' could have been a great film. But the result is an uneven, visually exciting experiment with too much mixing of elements. More

HEALTH
HEALTHWATCH
Spectre of bio-terrorism
While there is speculation about the use of anthrax spores as a biological weapon,the real threat could be from smallpox, writes DR. S. MOHAN RAJ. More
ASTROLOGY
SUN SIGNS
By Laurie Baum
The week ahead


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Taurus

Gemini

Cancer

Leo

Virgo

Libra

Scorpio

Sagittarius

Capricorn

Aquarius

Pisces


MOON SIGNS
By Khousikan
How does a planet get "Neechabhanga"? Is there something called "ucchabhanqa"?


Mesha

Rishabha

Mithuna

Kataka

Simha

Kanya

Thula

Vrischika

Dhanus

Makara

Kumbha

Meena




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