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9/11: five years later
What has been achieved in the years since the Twin Towers came crashing down?


Looking back, moving forward
Ground Zero now looks immeasurably forlorn.
Heritage

HERITAGE
For the royal patrons
The murals of an 18th century temple in Karnataka reveal an interesting stage in the development of the art.

Arts & Crafts

When art comes to a village
Little is known about the art gallery in Kathirur village in Kerala.
CRAFT
Search for a silver lining
The art of weaving and warping silver by hand is slowly dying for want of support.

Travel

TIME OUT
A sepia portrait
Toledo is Rome, Damascus and Cairo all rolled into one.
CULTURAL TOURISM
Off the beaten track
Companies like the Mumbai-based Soulitudes are trying to redefine the notion of `holidays' and `responsible' tourism.

Issues

THE WAY I SEE IT
On delegated aggression
To see the Israeli aggression in Lebanon in purely religious terms is to miss the larger picture of an imperialistic `world order'.
VIEWPOINT
Hands off Lebanon
What is happening in Lebanon is a contravention of the laws of war.
COMMENT
The other 9/11
History holds lessons for those alive to its metaphors. Remembering an event which gave the world a new moral weapon a hundred years ago.

Focus

REFLECTIONS
Horror in the hills
Up in the hills, be prepared for a few surprises.

Cinema

CINEMA
It's still a love story
"Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna" reinvents tradition in the light of a globalising world.

Columns

INDIA BEATS
By Nilosree Biswas
Keeping tradition alive
THE SHASHI THAROOR COLUMN
Festival of ideas

MEDIA MATTERS
By By Sevanti Ninan
Ineffectual regulation
PAST & PRESENT
By By Ramachandra Guha
The hazards of prediction

SLICE OF LIFE
By By V. Gangadhar
Good, bad and indifferent names

Ask the Doc

POSTCARD FROM AMSTERDAM
By Mita Kapur
Heady mix



People

PROFILE
Matchbox journeys
Gitanjali Rao's "Printed Rainbow" yielded a pot of gold at Cannes this year.

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