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Indian Politics at the Crossroads: Toward Elections 2004
AIJAZ AHMAD reflects on a few events and issues of the past that are likely to set the tone for the forthcoming general elections. Exclusive extracts from the just released book.
Spotlight

REFLECTIONS
Guests from the forest
Keeping his windows open led to meeting some interesting visitors. RUSKIN BOND writes of the ones who liven up his life.

Interview

IN CONVERSATION
In constant motion
Originally a trained gymnast, Michel Kelemenis is now one of France's most popular dancer-choreographers. He tells ADITI DE how he unleashed the dancer deep within himself.

Columns

PAST & PRESENT
By Ramachandra Guha
Batting for India
MEDIA MATTERS
By Sevanti Ninan
Regional onslaught

THE SHASHI THAROOR COLUMN
Rights, a casualty?
ASK THE DOC
Frequent pain



Lifestyle

IMAGES
Candid camera
Mahendra Sinh, in his suite of `Parsi Photographs', exhibited in Bangalore earlier this season, dismantles the near-caricatural stereotypes with which this community is popularly associated. A comment by RANJIT HOSKOTE.


CINEMA
Screen sans smoke
The cigarette has always had an ally in cinema, but a new thinking is helping creative minds to get over tobacco's mesmerising hold, writes GAUTAMAN BHASKARAN.
CULTURE
Tribal song
SAVITHA GAUTAM writes about the genesis of "Tribology", a CD that captures the life, customs, rituals and music of tribal India.
HERITAGE
The road to Chettinad
It is here that culture and architecture have blended together. The result? What RUPA GOPAL calls a must-see destination.
CUISINE
Southern miscellany
Peel the bread fruit, cut into four and remove the core. Then cut into big pieces. Peel and cut the potatoes into big pieces. Cook the bread fruit and potatoes in a pressure cooker with a pinch of turmeric powder and salt. Drain the excess water ...
ART
Rural roots
BIBHUTI MISHRA talks to artist-writer Prafulla Mohanti.

Health

HEALTHWATCH
Reflux action
Gastro Oesophageal Reflux has become a common problem. Dr. V. VENKATESH outlines ways and means of controlling it.
Astrology


MOON SIGNS
By Khousikan
My son is eldest, the bride is also eldest and born in Jyeshta month. Some say due to the three Jyeshta factor, marriage should not be performed. Please clarify.


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