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Kashmir: rebuilding an identity
In Kashmir, the `hibernation', which an Urdu poet once described, is now ending. There is a scent of change in the air, as a devastated people eagerly interpret the smallest of signs as portents of a new beginning. ANANYA JAHANARA KABIR on the seeds of a possible blossoming, especially cast by the State's young people.
Issues

HEALTH ISSUES
Doctors of the world, unite
Reaching medicare to those who have little or no access to it is one of the primary goals of healthcare professionals today. KAVERY NAMBISAN comments on a medical conference held in Hull recently.

Environment

ECO-WATCH
Orchids: the jewels of Similipal
The orchid wealth of Orissa faces a threat, writes MONALISA JENA.

Columns

PAST & PRESENT
By Ramachandra Guha
Conversation of poets
MEDIA MATTERS
By Sevanti Ninan
Out with the 'in-laws'

THE SHASHI THAROOR COLUMN
Powerless masses in the dark
RURAL DIARY
By Pushpa Surendra
Flowers or food?



People

INTERVIEW
Their vision for prosperity
Malay and Arindam Chaudhuri have a prescription for harmonious economic growth in India. SUBASH JEYAN finds out more.


IN THE NEWS
An Indian sonata
From 1965, John Keay has been observing the variety and diversity of India, portraying it in his books with a good-humoured and sympathetic attitude. S RAMACHANDER talks to the "freelance historian" on how he set foot on the path to the Orient.
FACE TO FACE
Singing his own tune
Tarasme Singh, lead singer of Stereo Nation, on his singing and successes.
IN CONVERSATION
Break from the past
Kazakh cinema, after the break from the Soviet cinematic ideology, has thrown up quite a few surprises.

Lifestyle

ART
`You can't please all'
In the past few weeks, the media does not seem to have generated any significant amount of column space to mark the passing away of Bhupen Khakhar, the `enfant terrible of Indian art'. In striking contrast has been the attitude of fellow artists who idolised him, says SADANAND MENON.
ART
`When I'm telling the truth, there's no restraint'
Travelling to Vadodara in April this year, SADANAND MENON sat down for a chat with Bhupen Khakhar, the day his radiation treatment began. Khakhar was on a high. Later, it turned out to be the last interview he gave before his passing away on August 8.
TIME-OUT
Haven in the wild
On arrival, you'll be greeted with fruits and chocolates in your room. Your abode for the next few days will be among awesomely huge boulders, next to a rain-and-spring-water swimming pool, and in the middle of the Sinharaja rain forest, says NEELAM MATHEWS.
Astrology

SUN SIGNS
By Laurie Baum
The week ahead


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Capricorn

Aquarius

Pisces


MOON SIGNS
By Khousikan
LagnaLagna Meena, and Rasi Kanni, I am running Sani Mahadasa from June 2002. My horoscope has Saturn (Retrograde) with Kethu, in Makara; Jupiter in Kumbha; Mars in Mesha; Sun and Budha in Rishabha; Venus and Rahu in Kataka. What prospects during Sani Maha Dasa, and especially when Saturn is in 10th in Gochara ?


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Rishabha

Mithuna

Kataka

Simha

Kanya

Thula

Vrischika

Dhanus

Makara

Kumbha

Meena


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