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Revisiting 9/11
The whole play of history and power has been disrupted by the event of September 11, as this time the guns are turned in the other direction, says SHELLEY WALIA, looking at the issue of the `terrorism of the powerful against the weak'.
Spotlight

SPORTS
Staying on top
Despite being the home of athletes like P.T. Usha and Shiny Wilson, Kerala still has a long way to go in providing proper infrastructure for aspiring athletes. SHWETHA E. GEORGE takes a look.


EXPERIENCE
View from Africa
From Hindi films through the Tatas to caste, JANAKI NAIR reflects on the Indian influence in Senegal.

Issues

LIFE
Water rights: how fair?
Nothing justifies the brutal destruction of a community and its resources because its members are seemingly less articulate, says SOUMYA KERBART SIVAKUMAR.

Focus

COMMENT
Unconvincing peace
What is it like in Kashmir today? While the movement for aazadi may no longer be so visible, there is no diminution of that original sense of alienation from India. Anger, disillusionment and depression coexist with a profound cynicism with those in `official' and `unofficial' power, says ANANYA JAHANARA KABIR.

Columns

RIPPLE EFFECTS
By Ranjit Hoskote
Tooth and claw
PAST & PRESENT
By Ramachandra Guha
Truths about the tricolour

MEDIA MATTERS
By Sevanti Ninan
When a soldier returns ... .
THE SHASHI THAROOR COLUMN
Standing tall



Sightings


  • 'I have recovered'
  • It's now good guy
  • On Journalism

    People

    IN CONVERSATION
    Mature portrayal
    From light fluffy roles to serious ones, Meera Jasmine has come a long way with a national award for best actress for "Padom Onnu; Oru Vilapam". K.K. GOPALAKRISHNAN talks to her.
    PROFILE
    Spielberg saga
    For three decades, Spielberg has moved us with his poise and poignancy, passion and perception, writes GAUTAMAN BHASKARAN soon after the Hollywood director was knighted by France.

    Lifestyle

    VIGNETTES
    Going Dutch
    Canals and trams, art and sport, gardens and bistros and the constant rain ... S. DINAKAR records his impressions of Amsterdam.
    THEATRE
    `Art is always anti-establishment'
    When you look at HABIB TANVIR close up, you are struck by the serenity of the lines on his face. If one were a reader of faces, one might see in those lines the story of Habibsaab's journey with theatre, ...

    Health

    HEALTHWATCH
    Dangerous weights
    Apart from causing physical and health problems, obesity can also have emotional effects. Dr. C. PALANIVEL writes about gastric bypass surgery to treat severe obesity.
    Astrology


    MOON SIGNS
    By Khousikan
    Queries Answered


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