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Let's walk this summer
Yes, being there is good, but walking there makes it even better. Walking sets the tone for togetherness — an idyllic touch to days spent enjoying the joys of a countryside that always seems to have a finger of silence pressed to its green ...
Events

EVENT
Stage for culture
Spain is to hold the `Universal Forum of Cultures' shortly. A preview by LEKHA J. SHANKAR.

Focus

CRICKET
... and images from Pakistan
The Indian cricket team was extremely popular in Pakistan. S. DINAKAR captures some of those unforgettable moments.


CRICKET
The boys from Baroda...
... talks to JYOTIRMAYA SHARMA.
PERSPECTIVE
Saint as philosopher
At a time when Hinduism is going through unprecedented convulsions and its past is being appropriated for political ends, understanding the contribution of Sankara is of profound importance, writes K.N. PANIKKAR.
REFLECTIONS
A purpose in life
We cannot all be like Jamsetji Tata, Mother Teresa, or Martin Luther King, but in our own way, we can discover our calling, writes R.M. LALA.

Cinema

CENTENARY TRIBUTE
Blazing new trails
A pioneer of Tamil cinema, K. Subramaniam, was one of the earliest to use the medium as a means for social change, remembers RANDOR GUY.

Columns

CAMBRIDGE LETTER
By Bill Kirkman
If all goes wrong
AGAINST THE GRAIN
By C. Rammanohar Reddy
The case against exit polls

FIRST STRIKE
By Anil Dharker
Election diary
THE OTHER HALF
By Kalpana Sharma
These women should not die

BITE THE BALLOT
By Mukund Padmanabhan
The hazards of forecasting

Ask the Doc...



Lifestyle

DANCE
Heart of a woman
"Salabhanjika", by Pallavi Krishnan, is a discerning contribution to both gender issues and to the aesthetics of Mohiniattam, says SOORYA BHATTACHARYA.
SILICON VALLEY SOJOURN
A `Little Madras' here too ....
When work-focussed South Indian families decide to unwind during the weekends, it is to this stretch of El Camino Real that they head towards, says S. MUTHIAH.
ART
Autobiographical canvases
He is self-taught and an adman. ASHRAFI S. BHAGAT looks at the concerns of Alexandriah Zachariah after he showcased his works in Chennai recently.
TIME-OUT
The royal pavilion
Art in every form, shape and style, to satiate the senses of the most fastidious, is depicted in almost all the interiors of this structure. It's beauty in breathtaking richness, and is languorous and stylish, says UMA BALASUBRAMANIAM.

Health

HEALTHWATCH
Care for mother and child
Ayurveda has an elaborate regimen for each month and stage of pregnancy, writes Dr. K.G. RAVEENDRAN.
Forewarned
Dr. RAMESH BABU SRINIVASAN discusses the benefits of detecting kidney problems before birth.
Astrology


MOON SIGNS
By Khousikan
Mesha Lagna, Jupiter in the Lagna. Mars and Kethu in the second house. Saturn in thirrd. Sun in the fourth. Moon, Venus and Mercury in fifth. Rahu in the eighth. When will the marriage of this boy take place ?


Mesha

Rishabha

Mithuna

Kataka

Simha

Kanya

Thula

Vrischika

Dhanus

Makara

Kumbha

Meena



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