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Sunday, January 11, 2004
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The many voices of a history
Strains of a raga ... in Gwalior
The Tansen Samaroha, an annual, winter music festival in Madhya Pradesh, is a tribute indeed to a pan-Indian enthusiasm for music-making, says ROSHAN SHAHANI.
Visions ... part two
In a sequel to a book that gave a name and a voice to countless women, Anees Jung shows us the younger female face of the country.
Leila Seth takes us into her world, which seamlessly intertwines the professional and the personal.
Many women employed in unauthorised prawn processing centres across the coastal belt of Kerala develop severe health problems due to unhygienic working conditions. SREEDEVI JACOB comments.
Where the mind is without fear
Each child learns differently and there is an urgency to recognise this principle in our schools today, says AMUKTA MAHAPATRA, looking at Neel Bagh, David Horsburgh's creation.
Spiral into extinction
MEENA MENON examines why three species of vultures are dying in such large numbers in India.
Karl Marx: Who keeps his myth alive?
What would the founder of Communist thought do if he were to come to life today? A. DAMODARAN considers.
With no malice at all
A prolific writer, walker and scotch enthusiast, Khushwant Singh also has quite a warm side to him, as T.S. NAGARAJAN reveals. A prolific writer, walker and scotch enthusiast, Khushwant Singh also has quite a warm side to him, writes T.S. NAGARAJAN.
Images of survival and transcendence
In his recent oils and acrylic paintings, currently on show in New Delhi, Gieve Patel offers us a range of survivors from the margins of metropolitan life. A review by RANJIT HOSKOTE.
In search of Khoj
Khoj 2003 offered Bangaloreans an opportunity to flex the framework of their art vision, says ADITI DE.
At a time when folk arts and craft are suffering due to lack of exposure comes a complex that is giving new life to the culture of the states of East India. RANJITA BISWAS explores Bharatiyam in Kolkata.
It's now or never
GAUTAMAN BHASKARAN looks at why the world of Indian fashion appears to be in a dilemma.
"We all want peace and happiness. So, why not express it through our clothes?" asks Renato Balestra, a familiar name in the fashion world. His body-hugging lines, soft fabrics, rich colours, intricate workmanship are in demand by celebrities ...
Nutritional medicine? Don't scoff
Is it possible that some `weird vitamins and stuff like that' can restore one's health? Dr. HIRAMALINI SESHADRI on her experience.
I was born in Mithuna Lagna with Venus in 1; Moon and Sun in 2; Mars in 4; Kethu in 5; Saturn in 10; Rahu in 11; Sun and Mercury in 12. I am running Sani Bhukthi in the Maha Dasa of Venus. What are the chances of progeny, and of getting a job?
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