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SPORTS
Twenty20: cricket's new avatar
It doesn't take much to make fun of Twenty20 cricket, but the idea is to have fun with it.
Interview

FACE TO FACE
Capitalist mind, socialist heart
A freewheeling chat with N.R. Narayana Murthy about his company and life after Infosys.

Theatre

THEATRE
Inspired by Shakespeare
Adman Alyque Padamsee, who is bringing "Macbeth" to Chennai for The Hindu MetroPlus Theatre Festival, talks of the Bard's works and his efforts to translate them on stage.

Heritage

CRAFT
Passion for prints
Brigette Singh came to India 25 years ago and stayed on to revive textile traditions.

Travel

ECO-TOURISM
Forest interlude
The forests of the Achanakmar Sanctuary give the visitor an opportunity to be one with Nature.

Personality

PEOPLE
Man of steel
A peek into the life and times of Lord Swraj Paul.

Heritage

Tears and triumphs
Durga Bai's paintings show a gentle tribal world, increasingly under threat by a dominant culture.

Issues

ISSUES
An endless wait
The tragedy of missing persons in Jammu and Kashmir sees many waiting for some news of their family members.

Columns

INDIA BEATS
By Sushanta Talukdar
On a crusade
PAST & PRESENT
By By Ramachandra Guha
Music of the gods

MEDIA MATTERS
By By Sevanti Ninan
All for free speech
THE SHASHI THAROOR COLUMN
Make the world safe for diversity

ASK THE DOC
Control asthma

By Sindhu Manjesh
Roman holiday



Tribute

IN MEMORIAM
No more `hammer' blows
Remembering Mickey Spillane and his hero Mike Hammer.


TRIBUTE
Editing Raja Rao
It is in English that Raja Rao's fiction most consummately speaks to us.

Health

HEALTHWATCH
"Saddle back" fever
What is Chikungunya all about?
HEALTHWATCH
Unseen links
Should allergic rhinitis and asthma be treated as one?

Books

EYECATCHER
Know India Better
Know India Better; Published by One India One People Foundation, Mumbai, R.s 2500.

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