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Distress calls
It is not just the tiger, but also the elephant, the turtle, the dolphin, the wetland, the ... facing a bleak future. A look at the crisis facing Indian wildlife.
Spotlight

VIGNETTES
Glorious traditions
Madurai ... . It is a town with a unique pulsating vibrancy of its own, totally alive day and night.


REFLECTIONS
So near, yet so far
The food, clothes, language, currency, songs are all the same. Yet one is in a foreign land.

Issues

All for family honour
Female circumcision causes many medical complications but an estimated two million women suffer annually.

Focus

TRENDS
Empower boys too?
While girls are breaking free of the shackles that stifle them, boys have to be taught to cope with the changes so that they can be responsible members in a family and society.

Cinema

Idea of Jerusalem
Ridley Scott's "Kingdom of Heaven" attempts to be even-handed towards the city. But it is difficult to be objective about Jerusalem.

Columns

PAST & PRESENT
By By Ramachandra Guha
Merits of martyrdom
THE SHASHI THAROOR COLUMN
Who is this middle class?

MEDIA MATTERS
By By Sevanti Ninan
Manufactured news



People

PROFILE
Sculpt a perfect figure
Dr. Narendra Pandya talks of his job, which involves giving his patients a new look.
A voice for women
Filmmaker Ananya Chatterjee Chakraborti talks about why her films are always focused on less fortunate women.

Lifestyle

MOTORING
Vintage magic
If you have simply decked it up for this day in the sun, it might embarrass you horribly. But if you've talked to it all year, and ensured that only the best mechanics have looked after it, it'll make you proud.
CINEMA
In Netaji's shoes
What was it like to play a firebrand freedom fighter like Subhas Chandra Bose? And what next? Actor Sachin Khedekar in a freewheeling chat.

Health

Computers and pain
Computers are a crucial part of life today but can cause health-related problems. A look at how to avoid Repetitive Strain Injury.
Astrology


MOON SIGNS
By Khousikan


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Simha

Kanya

Thula

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