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Checkmated?
Or will Mittal's audacious bid to take over the French steel giant Arcelor succeed?
Arts & Crafts

SCULPTURE
Fluent figures
K.S. Radhakrishnan's figures attract us by the fluency with which they negotiate space.

Personality

IN THE NEWS
The fracas over Frey
The author's reputation is in `A Million Little Pieces' after he was caught out for lying. But why is the media so eager to crown heroes and look for happy endings?


PEOPLE
Structure and balance
Ashwini Bhide-Deshpande on what her music means to her.
PEOPLE
Way with words
No fuss, no hype ... Altaf Tyrewala's making his mark in his own way.
Melodious medley
Ravi's scores for Hindi films have stood the test of time.

Travel

TIME OUT
Watching people at Leicester Square
There is something going for everyone here.
EYECATCHERS
Driving Holidays in the Himalayas: Sikkim, Koko Singh, edited by Annu Sharma, Photo editor: Ipshita Barua, Rupa and Co., p.189, Rs. 395. ...

Issues

In no man's land
Ex-militants in PoK want to return to Jammu and Kashmir. But what lies in store for them?
COMMENT
Justice that heals
We need to look at non-conventional approaches to justice in the context of social violence.

Columns

LEVEL PLAYING FIELD
By By Mike Marqusee
It is not about rights
THE OTHER HALF
By By Kalpana Sharma
What Bush did not know

CAMBRIDGE LETTER
By By Bill Kirkman
A battle over principles, not people
INDIA BEATS
By Marcus Dam
The water doctors of Sunderbans


Incontinence
ROUNDABOUT
By Hugh & Colleen Gantzer
Peak experience

POSTCARD FROM SHANGHAI
By Pallavi Aiyer
City heights



Sightings


  • The 'BIG'
  • Quiet appearance
  • Giuliani's words of wisdom

    Health

    MEDICARE
    It's a big HELP
    Want some information on a health-related issue? Try HELP.

    Literature

    SHORT STORY
    We'll bury our past
    SOMEWHERE between the age of 40 and 50, the affections between an attached couple shift to a new plane. The couple would rather maintain a minimum distance of three feet between themselves than occasionally hold hands as they did in their ...

    Mail Bag


  • Traditional rivalry
  • Menace of corruption
  • Protect Anamalais
  • Disturbing

    Miscellany


  • Time to wake up
  • No replacement for English



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