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The last man
Darkly funny, Margaret Atwood's latest book is a vision of mankind's uncompromisingly bleak future, writes SUPRIYA CHAUDHURI.
Legacy of time travel
Julia Maitland's letters give the reader a vision of India that was and continues to be, says TISHANI DOSHI.
Home Truths is a source of strength for all mothers, single or otherwise, writes MOUSHUMI MOHANTY.
The apple and the original spin
The book shows how Newton was held up as an exemplar of scientific genius, fuelled by political currents, nationalistic projects and individual aspirations, says RAHUL ROY.
No olive branch for Yanun?
The situation is always tense and the people fearful -- VIKRAM SURA visits the beleagured Palestinian village of Yanun in Israeli occupied West Bank.
Booker to Nobel
J.M. Coetzee's gaze pierces into the darkness that lies embedded within the human condition. UMA MAHADEVAN-DASGUPTA profiles this year's winner of the Literature Nobel.
FACE TO FACE
Freedom to create
With productions in theatre, dance and opera, Joachim Schlomer has blurred the boundaries between the various genres. KAUSALYA SANTHANAM talks to the artiste who is now planning a contemporary interpretation of the Ramayana.
A musical vision
THE intricacies and nuances of Classical Indian music came alive in Kingston City Hall, Melbourne (Australia) on August 22, where famous singer Anup Jalota belted out his favourite bhajans and film songs. He promised to make it an ...
In the eye of a storm
Veteran theatre person Habib Tanvir has been at the receiving end for staging two plays that deal with issues like untouchability, casteism and communal harmony. He speaks to SANGEETA BAROOAH PISHAROTY about the controversy.
Linking past and present
Film theoretician Laura Mulvey looks at how technological advances can be harnessed to give a historical context to cinema, writes VASANTHI SANKARANARAYANAN.
Dollops of yogurt
A collection of recipes that does justice to the versatility of yogurt.
Is it right that that Janma Rasi, and not Lagna, should be the basis of predictions when a person is past 40 years of age?
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