Online edition of India's National Newspaper
Sunday, May 26, 2002
Magazine
Published on Sundays
News Update

Features
Magazine
Literary Review
Life
Metro Plus
Open Page
Education
Book Review
Business
SciTech
Entertainment
Young World
Quest
Folio

Group Sites
The Hindu
Business Line
The Sportstar
Frontline

Home

Issues

From mega bucks to pink slips
Immigrant professionals have never had it so bad. While in Europe, the entry of foreign skilled workers has become an explosive issue, in the U.S., politics, the economic downturn and September 11 have made things difficult. But, says ADITI KAPOOR, jobs in the future may be at home rather than in the land of opportunities.


Opportunity in calamity
The recession, and its impact on the job market and the professionals, believes AJAY REDDY, is only a process of filtration.
ANALYSIS
An iron hand in a velvet glove
The central principle of every U.S. administration since end of World War II, has been that the resources of the region do not belong to its people, but instead exist for the benefit of the Americans, write ROBERT JENSEN and RAHUL MAHAJAN.

Focus
COMMENT
Peace, war and Hinduism
In a day and an age where peace benefits people and wars are a blessing for rulers, what role does non-violence play? Whether it is West Asia or South Asia, India or Pakistan, the post-September 11 world seems to confirm Mahatma Gandhi's sagacity, wr ites RAJMOHAN GANDHI.
INSIGHT
In the name of Ahimsa
The annual animal fair in Nagaur in Rajasthan is no longer the popular event that it once was. Government orders and court intervention, as also animal support groups, have made life miserable for the poor peasant and nomad, says SHAIL MAYARAM.
ENTERPRISE
Moving up
An underground power house constructed at Srisailam in Andhra Pradesh is the latest attraction of the State. M. MALLESWARA RAO on the project which has several firsts to its credit.

Columns
LOOSE CANON
By Rukun Advani
The history jungle
CRICKET LORE
By Ramachandra Guha
Three captains of Pakistan

THE SHASHI THAROOR COLUMN
Saying no to veal
BOOK TALK
By David Davidar
The state of our affairs

MEDIA PULSE
By Sevanti Ninan
Look no further
FACE TO FACE
Race to identity

SCRIBBLING PAD
By Sudhanshu Ranade
Kings and philosophers
FITNESS MATTERS
Going to extremes

People
LIFESTYLE
Glorious splendour of Marwar
Well entrenched in their positions, they had to prepare themselves for the transition that took place in 1947. But the change that came in 1971 was cataclysmic. Though the Indian princes had decided to give up their powers and any claim to ...
Every inch a king
Gaj Singh II ascended the throne 50 years ago. DIANE SUSTENDAL writes on how Jodhpur will be celebrating the occasion later this week.

Health
HEALTHWATCH
Getting back in form
Osteochondritis dissecans is a common problem in the young. With advances in arthroscopy, techniques have evolved to treat this condition.

Books
LITERATURE
Stranger than fiction
The Enemy Within was noticed and discussed when it first appeared in Bangla a decade ago. The English translation just published targets a much larger readership, says MEENAKSHI MUKHERJEE.
Astrology
SUN SIGNS
By Laurie Baum
The week ahead


Aries

Taurus

Gemini

Cancer

Leo

Virgo

Libra

Scorpio

Sagittarius

Capricorn

Aquarius

Pisces


MOON SIGNS
By Khousikan
What is meant by Atma Karaka ?


Mesha

Rishabha

Mithuna

Kataka

Simha

Kanya

Thula

Vrischika

Dhanus

Makara

Kumbha

Meena




News: Front Page | National | Southern States | Other States | International | Opinion | Business | Sport | Miscellaneous | Index | Features: Magazine | Literary Review | Life | Metro Plus | Open Page | Education | Book Review | Business | SciTech | Entertainment | Young World | Quest | Folio |

The Hindu Group: Home | About Us | Copyright | Archives | Contacts | Subscription
Group Sites: The Hindu | Business Line | The Sportstar | Frontline | Home |

Comments to : thehindu@vsnl.com   Copyright 2002, The Hindu
Republication or redissemination of the contents of this screen are expressly prohibited without the written consent of The Hindu