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Sunday, September 07, 2003
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`Peace Road' runs into a fence
No hidden depths here
A spell in prison is often the ultimate test of a writer's soul. But A Prison Diary only reveals a profound mediocrity, says EDWARD LUCE.
It's still New York
New York has not disconnected from itself. It has not been unmade, but only remade. No longer an agitated metropolis, it's a city that continues to live, with its own kind of `normal state'. UMA MAHADEVAN-DASGUPTA on the `Big Apple', in its daily curiosities and unique flavour.
Escape from bondage
Despite the abolition of bonded labour, the system is used to exploit the poor, writes MEENA MENON in the context of the recent cases in Madhya Pradesh.
HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH
A glimmer of hope
Most children of sex workers face a denial of their basic rights. But some organisations are beginning to work towards transforming their world, says GOURI SALVE.
INTO THE PAST
In step with history
`Chalo Dhili' retells the story of the Indian National Army, from its origin in the Far East to the trial of its freedom fighters in Delhi. On show in Singapore, it showcases a rich collection of archival material.
UMA VASUDEV sets out to experience the literary and cultural heart of the city.
Saving Private Ceylan
Nuri Ceylan's "Uzak" is a slow but riveting film on urban alienation. GOWRI RAMNARAYAN talks to the filmmaker.
The spice of Goa
The first mention of the Mapusa market was in 1580 by a Dutch chronicler. Today, it gives the visitor an authentic taste of the essence of Goa.
Check out ... rejuvenated
For GUSTASP IRANI, it was an experience of a different kind in Jaipur and Agra.
`Seven' of diamonds
A collection of diamonds, among the most rare and valuable in the world, is on display for the first time at the Smithsonian Museum, says S. RANGARAJAN.
Cancer care: is it enough?
Palliative care, also called comfort care, is aimed at providing relief to a terminally-ill person through symptom and pain management, says Dr. MALLIKA TIRUVADANAN, looking at the field of cancer management.
By Laurie Baum
The week ahead
Meena Lagna, Rishabha Rasi. Jupiter in Mesha; Retrograde Saturn with Kethu in Kumbha; Mars in the 12th. Do I have Neecha Bhanga Raja Yoga? What is likely during Saturn-Mars period?
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