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Sri Lankan at last
The art of the matter
The importance of art in helping young brains develop to the fullest potential cannot be understated. SHAKTI MAIRA examines how a journey through Indian art forms will help our children.
SABITA RADHAKRISHNA reviews a handbook that has everything you wanted to know about chicken.
On World Disability Day on December 3, help the mentally ill rebuild their lives with dignity, says Dr. S. MOHAN RAJ.
Stigma of disability
DECEMBER 3, 2003 is World Disability Day and all disabled people will have at least that one day in the year when the public at large will empathise with them. When I say all do I really mean all? No! There is one group of disabled ...
Untold tales of Indian history
The noted British historian, ANTONY COPLEY, whose areas of specialisation include, Hinduism, Modern Indian History, the life and career of leaders like Mahatma Gandhi, Pandit Nehru, (Rajaji), and Mohammed Ali Jinnah, has been an active ...
Break the silence
On the occasion of World AIDS Day on December 1, a look at some of the social aspects of the HIV/AIDS issue.
Documentation of life
GAYATRI SINHA looks at the works of two visual composers, in Berlin photographer Dayanita Singh and curator Geeta Kapur.
ADITI DE writes about a festival of Indian and Bavarian films in Bangalore that transcended cultures and continents.
On New York's streets
Blending Dickensian distress and Homeric tragedy, Martin Scorsese turns out an engrossing epic in "Gangs of New York", says GAUTAMAN BHASKARAN.
Get away from Madrid
It's a world amidst olive-grove covered valleys, vineyards and grazing goats. ALKESH KUMAR SHARMA on Spain's earthy Chinchon.
Restore your crowning glory
Dr. H. KRISHNA HANDE looks at heredity-patterned baldness, a natural condition, and offers medical solutions to the problem.
In this biography, LAKSHMI VISHWANATHAN traces the journey of Madurai Shanmukhavadivu Subbulakshmi from Madurai to Madras, where she came to be popularly known as the Queen of Music for decades. Exclusive extracts.
A Kanya Lagna boy with Star Sravishta, born on May 7, 1991 at 4.32 p.m. in Chennai, is running Rahu Maha Dasa. Rahu is aspected by Mars, Venus, and Kethu. Saturn and Moon are in Makara, Mercury is in Meena, and Sun in Mesha. Is there a remedy for the severe headache that prevents him from studying well?
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