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Foodie revolution
Snip, heat and eat - this is fast becoming the latest mantra. A look at the growing ready-to-eat market in India.
Book Review

HUMOUR
Antics of Suki
ONE of the nicest things that Manjula Padmanabhan's cartoon character Suki does for you is that she makes you laugh uncontrollably at an absurd person doing absurd things: yourself. Suki is the quintessential free spirited urban Indian woman ...


CUISINE
Exotic flavours
Sixty-four easy-to-follow recipes.

Issues

A guarantee to work?
The National Rural Employment Guarantee Bill has been passed by Parliament.
Revolutionary initiative
A Delhi-based NGO's unique progamme may be the first step in finding a solution to a major health hazard.

Focus

VIGNETTES
An island's spirit
Sri Lanka is a friendly, but feisty nation, where cricket is the unifying force.
EXPERIENCE
An undercurrent of suspicion
A personal account of travelling through London, after the bomb blasts.

Columns

PAST & PRESENT
By Ramachandra Guha
Could Partition have been made less bloody?
MEDIA MATTERS
By Sevanti Ninan
Serving up smut

THE SHASHI THAROOR COLUMN
In praise of Delhi



People

IN CONVERSATION
Telling a story in different ways
He's a familiar face from the silver screen but there's more to Tom Alter than just playing the foreigner and the villain.

Lifestyle

CINEMA
Sembene and after
Sub-Saharan African cinema has many riches but is plagued by problems of distribution and financing.
TIME-OUT
Bangkok's weekend market
Even the most hardened anti-shopper is likely to find something of interest at the Chatuchak Weekend Market.
Altitude dining
The views are fabulous, the feel is exhilarating. Experience fine wining and dining at the `Jules Verne' on top of the Eiffel Tower in Paris.

Health

In the blink of an eye
Create awareness and prevent eye injuries.

Literature

SHORT STORY
Travelling great distances
"THERE'S nothing wrong with your heart... your kidney... or your liver. You are only 27, too young to have serious problems. It's all in your mind," the doctor had said after examining all the reports. "Mind? What do you mean?" Giri had ...

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