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Boat-ride on the Ganga
`It is a sensitive situation,' said the guide, little aware of the irony wrought by his words. For next to him were scholars meeting in Varanasi to discuss society and history. TULSI BADRINATH
Poverty on the wane?
Liberalisation of the economy began more than a decade ago. But the number of poor people only seems to be increasing. Why? DILIP D'SOUZA
The right to life or the right to die?
Time and again, the legal position on an individual's right to die has sparked debate only to die down until the next case. LINA MATHIAS
Dr. Amina Wadud led a mixed gathering for Friday prayers in New York recently. A comment. ZIYA US SALAM
Child-speak on video
Children make films to express their views on issues that impact their lives. NITIN JUGRAN BAHUGUNA
More than humour
"Comics for social development" are a powerful alternate medium to tackle social evils. NIMI KURIAN
FACE TO FACE
Through the viewfinder
Wildlife, feature films, current affairs, Alphonse Roy's camera has panned them all. A freewheeling chat with the ace cinematographer.R. KRITHIKA
Creating his own Muse
The body, as represented in D. Ebenezer Sunder Singh's paintings, has homed itself in many avatars. A review of his works that were on display in New Delhi recently. NANCY ADAJANIA
Going on a holiday? Make sure that the Great Indian Family is not at the same place. RANJIT LAL
Dubai's window to the world
The Global Village is a reflection of the truly cosmopolitan nature of Dubai. SABITA RADHAKRISHNA
This season that we grumble about has many delights. S. THEODORE BASKARAN
Chronic but manageable
World Asthma Day is observed on May 3 to create awareness about this disease and its control. Dr. R. NARASIMHAN
Not just for cows
Wheatgrass and barley grass are full of good stuff. SWAPNA DUTTA
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