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Landmark step to gender equality
While the Hindu Succession (Amendment) Act, 2005 is a milestone, will it give women the security they seek?
Interview

Profound research
He has never shied away from exposing the war without an end. Dilip Hiro has always given us the other side of the war on terror. His new book, Secrets and Lies: The True Story of the Iraq War does more of the same. The same exposure of ...


FACE TO FACE
No barriers in dance
Rani Karnaa Nayak was born in Hyderabad (Sind), grew up in Delhi, married in Orissa, lived in many parts of India, danced all over the world and has established her academy for Kathak in Kolkata. Dancing her way to glory with commitment for 60 ...

Issues

ISSUES
Model roles
Mainstream television has been reinforcing and strengthening the gender stereotypes already present in Indian society.

Focus

SPOTLIGHT: MONGOLIA
On the cusp of change
Shilijilt or transition may be the buzzword in the world's largest landlocked country, but it still exists across centuries. Impressions ....
CONSERVATION
Bungalow on Tharangambadi beach
The 19th-Century Collector's Residence in picturesque Tranquebar has recently been transformed from a ruin to a heritage hotel.
MEDIA MATTERS
... and now the SoJos
It is an experiment which highlights the latest trend in journalism: the use of SoJos or solo journalists who are replacing entire television crews.

Columns

PAST & PRESENT
By By Ramachandra Guha
Bowlers' union
THE SHASHI THAROOR COLUMN
The bond that threatens?



Lifestyle

CULTURE
Musical rhapsodies
The fifth Pandit Man Mohan Bhatt Music Festival in Jaipur was a treat for lovers of classical music.
VIGNETTES
The house that Chanel built
The opulence and baroque artistry of the apartment where the legendary couturier spent much of her time are mind-boggling.
ART
Invisible man
In Henri Matisse's case, the prevailing notion was that his life was too dull and tame to write about. But author Hilary Spurling dispels that.

Health

WORLD HEART DAY - SEPTEMBER 25
Look after your heart
Your heart won't fail before its time unless you allow it to fail!
Your lipid profile
Do not forget to check your cholesterol. Dr. Shubhanker Banerjee
Creating a heart psychosis
An overdose of articles has created fear in the minds of the people.

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