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For a casteless resurgence
Portraits of grace and elegance
Gerard Ter Borch best captured the refinement of the wealthy bourgeoisie in the second half of the 17th century.
Passion for Koodiyattam
Anna Lopatowska, an actress from Poland, is the first foreign woman to learn Koodiyattam.
Rediscover pure cinema in France
As French filmmakers begin to experiment with motion and movement, the viewer has a lot to look forward to.
Women of substance
This is a book that ought to be read to understand how women have got much of what they take for granted.
Fight for survival
Rural women bear the brunt of the problems caused by environmental degradation. So it is not surprising to find that they are trying to set things right.
There's danger in the air
NOT cricket. Not Sachin Tendulkar. Neither cinema, Shahrukh, Amitabh nor Rajnikant. Not festivals. Not politics. Not the life-giving monsoon. Not the Indian Railways. Not even the great Indian election... none of these can take the credit for ...
Juggling two lives
Her poetry was sensitive and deep, her prose extremely lyrical. Remembering Amrita Pritam.
No obstacles to dance
Dancing was infra dig for his parents but he began a tradition of dance in his family. Meet Kuchipudi exponent Raja Reddy.
A world shaped by ice
Wildlife viewing, guided glacier hikes ... This is Alaska. This is real. This is an adventure of a lifetime.
A bond that heals
No advertisements, no patents, no modern technology... A wonder herb known only to the family sees the Bone Setting Hospital in Puttur, Andhra Pradesh, grow from strength to strength.
Control of diabetes and prevention of complications related to the disease involve team work between the doctor and the patient.
It's all in the food
WESTERN medicine explains diabetes as a disease that occurs when the body experiences an overload of sugar and cannot produce or properly use insulin. Insulin is a hormone needed to convert sugar, starch and other foods into energy needed for ...
Diabetic foot complications can be controlled if the patients know what they need to do.
Look into your eyes
Diabetes affects the nerves in the eye causing loss of vision. A look at treatment options for diabetic retinopathy and maculopathy.
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