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Sunday, July 06, 2003
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Vanishing people, vanishing livelihoods
`We loved her ... it was that simple'
Hers was a career that spanned some seven decades and, most of all, a life well lived. UMA MAHADEVAN-DASGUPTA remembers Hollywood legend Katharine Hepburn.
Light, shade and rain
Ace photographer Victor George was chasing his pet obsession, the monsoon, when he was buried alive by a landslide caused by the torrential rains in July 2002. NIRMALA ARAVIND remembers a man who looked at the world through his camera.
Deepti Naval's recent performances in "Leela" and "Freaky Chakra" are the beginning of a whole new act. GOWRI RAMNARAYAN talks to the actress about her life, New York and acting.
It was an experience that was to change the general perception of orchestras, of Chinese music and of ourselves as artistes in a multicultural society. If it opened doors for those directly involved with the production that night, multiple possibilities shone through the minds of the viewers. NIRMALA SESHADRI on the gala opening of the Singapore Arts Festival. The first of a two-part article.
Stories from the jungle
Kipling's Jungle Book celebrates the notion of the Empire. But Walt Disney's animated version is a fun-filled film. In the wake of the release of "The Jungle Book 2", AJIT DUARA discusses the movie's connection to the book.
New meaning to longevity
It interested SABITA RADHAKRISHNA to note the number of organisations in Australia and New Zealand which took care of the elderly. What struck her was the acceptance of the need for independence, and the effort that goes into making life as normal as possible for them. A look at a provider of such services in Australia.
The legend of Al Maha
This is West Asia's first conservation-based resort ... a getaway from the urban madness and a 45-minute drive from the heart of Dubai, says K. VENKITESWARAN.
THE combinations of traditional menus that are a part of daily life and during festivities have been tried and tested. These dishes complement each other in terms of nutrients and also taste. Some of these recipes are presented here. Pumpkin ...
Head injuries the facts
Looking at the issue of head injuries, Dr. R. MURALI says that nowhere is the adage `prevention is better than cure' more applicable.
By Laurie Baum
The week ahead
Born on October 14, 1969 at 13.22 hours at Nellore (A.P.), I am an unemployed graduate, and yet to get married. When will my luck turn?
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