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Saddam: a fair trial?
Anything else could be a charade of international law, says SHELLEY WALIA.
Spotlight

TRENDS
Work for a room
Despite the surface glitter of its high society lifestyle, Mumbai is very hard on the average working woman. A reality check by V. GANGADHAR.

Reflections

The Tamil trail in Singapore
Kili Josiyam, Udipi restaurants, and temples ... not very different from home in Chennai. HARIPRIYA SRINIVASAN looks back on her visit to Singapore.


SILICON VALLEY SOJOURN
IT's the sole focus
... and it is likely to be the only topic of conversation at any social gathering you wind up at on a weekend. S. MUTHIAH concludes the series on life in the Silicon Valley.

Issues

ISSUES
Second chance at childhood
Runaways, abandoned, neglected — children on the streets face a range of dangers and abuse. NIMI KURIAN looks at what is being done to empower these children.

Environment

ECO-WATCH
When tourists go berserk
The onslaught begins in early March and MARI MARCEL THEKAEKARA details this year's damage.

Columns

THE SHASHI THAROOR COLUMN
The importance of being Irfan, revisited
MEDIA MATTERS
By Sevanti Ninan
Case for scrutiny

PAST & PRESENT
By Ramachandra Guha
A salute to smaller states
BITE THE BALLOT
By Mukund Padmanabhan
Spectre of instability


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    PERSONALITY
    Feminist view of science
    RAJASHRI DASGUPTA talks to Evelyn Fox Keller on how the feminist critique led to the development of a gender-free and `better'science.

    Lifestyle

    VIGNETTES
    New York is book country
    While most of London's bookstores have sold out to pizzerias, New York, on the other hand, is overflowing with them, and crammed in one place — Manhattan ... . PRADEEP SEBASTIAN's impressions.
    LIFESTYLE
    Catwalk capital
    Of late, Dubai is drawing the attention of international designers and fashion houses, says VASANTI SUNDARAM.
    EVENT
    `Middle Earth' in Lion city
    It's an interactive exhibition on the third leg of its world tour, writes SAVITHA GAUTAM.
    CINEMA
    Gibson's passion
    Mel Gibson's "The Passion of Christ" fritters away the chance to strengthen the significance of Christ's message of forgiveness, comments GAUTAMAN BHASKARAN.

    Health

    HEALTHWATCH
    Demystifying asthma
    Dr. V. V. VARADARAJAN clears misconceptions about asthmatic attacks in children.
    Astrology


    MOON SIGNS
    By Khousikan
    What is the prospect for marriage of a girl born on December 7,1969 at 2.20 AM ?


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