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Sunday, January 25, 2004
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Something to `feel good' about?
While the truth is that progress in the SAARC is directly proportional to the state of relations between India and Pakistan, the seven member-countries cannot ignore the aspirations of their people, says AMIT BARUAH, in a commentary on the Islamabad summit.
Rural reconstruction - The Gandhian way
On the occasion of Martyr's Day, SOMA BASU visits the Gandhi Niketan Ashram at Kallupatti, near Madurai, to find people who work at keeping the Mahatma's ideals alive.
Theatre of passion
P.C. Ramakrishna, veteran artiste, talks about the Madras Players, his plays, co-actors and the Chennai theatre scene in a freewheeling conversation with SHREEKUMAR VARMA.
Shekhar's day out
Shekhar Gupta's "Walk The Talk" succeeds because it stands convention on its head, says MUKUND PADMANABHAN.
It has its glitches, but "The Last Samurai" is worth a watch for its recreation of a lost culture, writes GAUTAMAN BHASKARAN.
Carved dainty baskets
IT is easy to carve and scoop baskets from vegetables and fruits and fill them with tasty salads, dips or sauces. Then, arrange them with salads, or with special dishes or serve them as a starter. Cucumber flower with bread ...
FUCHSIAS are popular ornamental shrubs of both the temperate and tropical regions. Named after Leonard Fuchs, 16th Century German botanist and professor of medicine, the Fuchsia belongs to the family Onagraceae. These pretty shrubs have ...
Here is a comprehensive treatise presented in the form of questions and answers highlighting the role of yoga in promoting positive health. It demystifies the practice of yoga and explains in lucid terms what happens inside the body when a particular asana is performed. Exclusive extracts from Yoga and Medical Science,: FAQ, which is to be published shortly.
Yoga and Medical Science records the pioneering research of Dr. Krishna Raman in integrating medical science in yoga. He has used ultrasound to study the body in yoga postures documenting such internal changes in association with ...
Peppered with anecdotes
Rasheed Kidwai draws on his first-hand experience as a correspondent covering the day-to-day affairs of the Congress party, to pen the portrait of its leader.
Born at 1.14 a.m. March 27, 1995 in Mumbai; Dhanur Lagna, Makara Rasi. Saturn, Venus, and Mercury in 3, Sun in 4, Kethu in 5, Mars in 8, Rahu in 11, Guru in 12. Rahu Maha Dasa is running. What are the boy's educational prospects?
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