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The untold story
Separated during the turbulence of Partition, women in PoK now look forward to seeking out their families.
Travel

ECO-TOURISM
Beauty at the back of beyond
Kakadu combines fecund beauty, mercurial temperament and loads of adventure.


PLACES
Heritage and cosmos
Bern hosts a brilliant special exhibition on a man who changed the world in a way few have.
TIME OUT
Holiday in the hills
Whether it's peace and quiet or plenty of outdoor action, a visitor to Bhadra gets it all.

Information Technology

TECHNOLOGY
Not very animated
Will Indian animators ever be able to unleash their own creativity or will they continue to labour for their Western counterparts?

Personality

URBAN SPACES
Living architecture
Architecture is not just the index of civilisation, but also a celebration of life, says noted architect and planner Christopher Charles Benninger.

Issues

ISSUES
Go back to the basics
Organic farming is not the only solution to the problems contributing to the farm crisis. However, it is the only one within the farmer's control.

Cinema

CINEMA
The Bahraini connection
Cinematographer S. Shamdat on his stint during the filming of a Bahraini movie.
CINEMA
Spontaneous films
Buddadeb Dasgupta talks about his journey from teaching economics to making award-winning films.

Columns

INDIA BEATS
By Smita Jain
Multi-dimensional plots of change
PAST & PRESENT
By By Ramachandra Guha
The good man and the greater man

MEDIA MATTERS
By By Sevanti Ninan
Interactive interplay
THE SHASHI THAROOR COLUMN
Rules for a global road

ASK THE DOC
It's all in the hormones
POSTCARD FROM EDINBURGH
By Seline Augustine
Inspirational city



Tribute

TRIBUTE
In the Bradman class
The mathematical genius who discovered Ramanujan retained an undying interest in the game of cricket.
TRIBUTE
Unsung martyr
Budhi Kunderan captured the imagination of discerning cricket lovers but his career was ended by regional domination and favouritism.

Health

HEALTHWATCH
Stop it, at once
Want to quit smoking but can't? Relax, there's help available.

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