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Sunday, July 14, 2002
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Will culture make the difference?
Plagiarise or perish
In the concluding part of his article, P. RADHAKRISHNAN continues his analysis of a case of plagiarism by a U.K. based academic.
Anything but eco-talk
The environment is still not as important as it should be in global politics, says SHIV AROOR, in a commentary on the E.U. Environment Commission Conference held in Brussels recently.
Catching the rain
Low-cost rainwater harvesting is ideal for poor families. SHREE PADRE on one such experiment in rural Karnataka.
Basu's tea party
From Doordarshan to Star TV was a big jump. Later, Rathikant Basu moved to Tara Channels. Now he has taken over the management of the Tea Centre, Mumbai. V. GANGADHAR talks to the man who has his finger in many pies.
On her own terms
As an actress, she chooses roles that are different, characters who fight for what they believe in. UMA MAHADEVAN-DASGUPTA reviews the career of Jodie Foster.
IN FIRST PERSON
A full life
Mamata Shankar speaks to SUBROTO SIRCAR on her successful careers in both cinema and dance.
The colours of Asia
The `Colours of Malaysia Parade 2002' festival, held in Kuala Lumpur recently, was an opportunity for the country to display its `truly Asian' character. T.S. SHANKAR writes.
The perfect tune
Music a powerful medium of expression in Satyajit Ray's films is controlled, unobtrusive and keeping with the mood and the situation.
Rheumatoid arthritis causes much suffering to patients as does the worry of prostate cancer. Our panel of doctors offers its advice on specific problems asked by our readers.
The healing touch
Want to cheer up a friend who's ill? Help him start a fun collection.
He deserves better...
Dilip Kumar remains an important figure on Bollywood's silver screen. Surely he doesn't deserve an insipid biography like the one by Urmila Lanba.
Realising a dream
"What is it that we are missing? What is it that needs to be corrected? There seems to be an attitude problem, as if we cannot shake ourselves out of a mindset of limited achievement." A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Ignited Minds: Unleashing the Power ...
By Laurie Baum
The week ahead
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