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Squaring the circle
The Ramanujan-Hardy story finds a new equation with a film on their relationship.
Education

Life-changing books
Two novels, very different in nature, still influence people.

Arts & Crafts

So many shades
Drawing with coloured pencils is not a spontaneous art and Jay Varma is a master of this medium.

Interview

IN CONVERSATION
A fairy tale debut
Kaavya Viswanathan talks about her book, fame and future.

Travel

Travel Guides
"FROM the heights of the Himalayas to the majesty of the Taj Mahal enjoy the Eastern delights of India with this essential guide. Unique cutaways and 3D pictures take you on a visual tour round holy temples and the top nature reserves. ...

Education

EDUCATION
Don't sit in judgment
Reassessing current assessment procedures will help students more.

Travel

ECO-TOURISM4
Nature's splendour
Kaziranga is an example of how an area can regain its natural vitality if given due protection.

Issues

A cultural crisis
The tea crisis in the Nilgiris is threatening the Badaga way of life.

Focus

On the campaign trail - I
The flavours of elections and electioneering are sometimes best captured without words. The Tamil Nadu poll is seen here through the eyes of The Hindu's cartoonists, Keshav and Surendra. And Business Line's Ravikanth sketches his impres sions of the Kerala election.


On the campaign trail - I
The flavours of elections and electioneering are sometimes best captured without words. The Tamil Nadu poll is seen here through the eyes of The Hindu's cartoonists, Keshav and Surendra. And Business Line's Ravikanth sketches his impres sions of the Kerala election.
On the campaign trail - III
The flavours of elections and electioneering are sometimes best captured without words. The Tamil Nadu poll is seen here through the eyes of The Hindu's cartoonists, Keshav and Surendra. And Business Line's Ravikanth sketches his impres sions of the Kerala election.

Columns

PAST & PRESENT
By By Ramachandra Guha
The greatest Indians
MEDIA MATTERS
By By Sevanti Ninan
Mindspace versus market share

THE SHASHI THAROOR COLUMN
Wasted genius
POSTCARD FROM CAMBODIA
By Sadhana Rao
Survival of the sublime

INDIA BEATS
By Priyadarshini
Jumbo undertaker



Sport

EXPERIENCE
Hi-tech arena
Technology is changing the ways in which a football game is packaged today.

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