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INTERVIEW
Commitment to tradition
An exclusive, freewheeling interview with sarod maestro Amjad Ali Khan.


COMMENT
From bust to boom in Ireland
The forthcoming Indian visit of Bertie Ahern, Prime Minister of the Republic of Ireland, might be a good time to look at both the island country's dramatic transformation — from poverty to the celebrated status as Celtic tiger — and the problems attendant with growth.
ECONOMY
Dizzy rise
The Sensex may keep soaring; what does it mean for the common man?
TECHNOLOGY
A paradigm shift
India's BPO segment is booming. How does it fare in the outsourced product development space?
Interview

IN CONVERSATION
On a high note
She wants to make films that will reach a wider audience. Actor Sonali Kulkarni talks about why she refuses to be typecast.
INTERVIEW
Acting is a constant process
An actor needs to make the character convincing, says Stephanie Deliani, about how she approaches her art.

CITYSCAPES
Talent still in waiting
The Red Carpet, Lavanya Sankaran, Review/ Headline Book Publishing, 2005, pRs. 295.
ADVENTURE SPORTS
Dance with the wind
Fed up with working for a private firm in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, Josef Wirsching, a 30-year-old German revitalised himself by discovering a fresh passion: Power kiting. He finds time for his great love alongside working as a project manager in ...
Travel

DESTINATION
Caves of the fairies
A land of magical finds, Cappadocia has something for everyone.

Events

On a mission for enlightenment
Renowned as an ancient Buddhist centre, Amaravathi rediscovers its past glory with the 13-day Kalachakra festival that began on January 5.

Issues

ISSUES
Displaced development
Fear of displacement, loss of livelihood and police repression ... Indigenous tribes from villages and hamlets to be submerged by the Polavaram project face an uncertain future.
DEVELOPMENT
And quiet flows the Narmada
What does the future hold for the Narmada Bachao Andolan?

Columns

LEVEL PLAYING FIELD
By By Mike Marqusee
More to it than just cricket
CAMBRIDGE LETTER
By By Bill Kirkman
Escape into fantasy

THE OTHER HALF
By By Kalpana Sharma
Maharaja's New Year gift
ASK THE DOC
Nasal allergy and ear infections



Tribute

TRIBUTE
No stereotyping her
Bhanumathi was one actress who did not confine her talents to the silver screen.

Health

HEALTWATCH
Nobody's talking
Incontinence is a fairly common problem but not many know that the patients can be helped if not cured.
Silent and devastating
Urinary reflux in children needs to be detected early to avoid complications in the future.

Literature

SHORT STORY
Remember me to one who lives there


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