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Our `cathedrals of cotton'
Mumbai's mills may soon vanish ... torn down to make way for commercial interests. It is a tragedy that can be averted of authorities recognise their significance as an `incredible industrial heritage', a fact that even the West acknowledges.
Reflections

REFLECTIONS
Return of Anjar Alam
From a zari factory in Mumbai to a poor village in Bihar, Anjar Alam has travelled a long way.

Events

IN THE NEWS
Song across cultures
Ilayaraja dared to take a sacred verse (the Thiruvasagam) on a cross-cultural journey to transform it into a symphony.

Fashion

CUISINE
Fancy an okra ... in New York?
When a friend spoke about the newest sensation in New York — the recently opened Devi — an Indian eatery, where he did not get a reservation, it naturally piqued the senses to find out more ... .

Environment

CONSERVATION
Fettered flippers along the Orissa coast
If this State is the Olive Ridley's largest nesting ground, it is also its biggest graveyard.


ECO-TOURISM
Nature's very ancient story
This beautiful mountain valley holds spectacular remnants of the earth's prehistoric life, revealing a very different Colorado.

Columns

CAMBRIDGE LETTER
By By Bill Kirkman
Sixty and 40 ... looking back
THE OTHER HALF
By By Kalpana Sharma
Shah Bano re-enacted

LEVEL PLAYING FIELD
By By Mike Marqusee
Embracing America
SLICE OF LIFE
By By V. Gangadhar
Food diplomacy

ASK THE DOC
Mental disorders



People

SOCIETY
Breath of fresh air
In an environment being vitiated by religious intolerance, the Sankhla family of Jodhpur is a shining example of communal harmony.
TRIBUTE
Multi-faceted personality
The late `Mali' Madhavan Nair was a versatile genius. But his lasting contribution was to the Kerala arts.

Sport

ODI: Much longer innings?
Americans call cricket `baseball on valium' while any change to the game is immediately condemned by its fans as `Americanisation' of a noble sport. Yet any change to one-day cricket, however bizarre, ought to be welcomed.

Health

Miracle doctor
Specialising in complex paediatric surgeries, Dr. Mohan Reddy's prowess promises life to premature babies.
HEALTH WATCH
Healthy colours in your food
Paint your dishes with naturally coloured food and enjoy good health.

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