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Sunday, January 30, 2005
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MOMENTS IN HISTORY
The Mahatma and the salt of life ...
Tushar Gandhi, the great-grandson of the Mahatma, plans to re-enact the Dandi March from March 12 to April 7, 2005, calling it the `International Walk for Peace, Justice and Freedom'.
MOMENTS IN HISTORY
... and his Mumbai retreat
At Mani Bhawan, Mumbai, the Mahatma was always a cherished guest, giver and leader, says S.C. SHARMA.
A career summary of virtually every spinner who has played for India.
Moments of epiphany
One of Karnataka's major literary figures, P. Lankesh (1935-2000) began his writing career with the genre of the short story. His first collection of short stories, Kereya Neeranu Kerege Challi, was published in 1963. This was followed by ...
Theatre in conflict
"Real art attacks the wrong system" and director-playwright Ratan Thiyam's plays bear testimony to his words, writes HEMANGINI GUPTA.
Kalamandalam Sivan Namboodiri, the first non-Chakyar to master Koodiyattam, talks to K.K. GOPALAKRISHNAN about his innings in the field.
Follow her way
A street in New York's Jackson Heights has been named after Kalpana Chawla. On the second anniversary of her death, RAJ S. RANGARAJAN takes a look.
`Create an awareness'
Ask a group of medical students whether he/she would specialise in sports medicine, chances are you would get a blank look. Despite growing interest in sports and fitness and the mushrooming of health clubs, awareness of sports medicine ...
SHALINI UMACHANDRAN takes a look at the films screened at "Input - Best of Public Television".
Two eateries in Delhi specialising in Anglo-Indian cuisine are creating quite a lot of excitement, says NEETA LAL.
The power of women
Painter Helen Brahma's works are a significant addition to the oeuvre of feminist art, says BIBHUTI MISHRA.
All in the ear
The Eustachian tube is important for the proper functioning of the ear. Prof. K. K. RAMALINGAM, Dr. RAVI RAMALINGAM, and Dr. T. M. SREENIVASA MURTHY explain its functions and problems.
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