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Into the sunset
Agassi, Navratilova and Schumacher: their fans are not poorer for their retirement, but richer that they came at all.
Arts & Crafts

Screams and whispers
Edvard Munch's paintings, stolen from a museum in 2004 and recently recovered, are not alien to commotions and upheavals.

Interview

IN THE NEWS
Crusader for change
Arvind Kejriwal, Magsaysay award winner, on the RTI Act and his fight against corruption.

Travel

EXPERIENCE
In the City of Joy
Kolkata has much to offer a traveller who is willing to wander through its streets.

Arts & Crafts

CRAFT
Fabric traditions
The Anokhi Museum of Hand Printing has been vital in the revival and conservation of hand block printing.

Travel

FOOTLOOSE
Moorish mystique
Being in Andalucia is like being inside an Arabian Nights tale.


TIME OUT
The beckoning monoliths
The granite formations near Ramanagaram on the Bangalore-Mysore highway have something for everyone.

Issues

On the digital trail
Is our law enforcement machinery equipped to deal with crime in the cyber world?

Environment

ECOWATCH
Blame game
We'll have to accept that development has its price instead of conveniently making others responsible for the environmental degradation.

Cinema

Escape through films
With filmmaking as their window to the world, two destitute children in Kolkata have indeed come a long way.

Columns


By Antara Das
Idols for the world
PAST & PRESENT
By By Ramachandra Guha
A lot in a name

MEDIA MATTERS
By By Sevanti Ninan
Therefore I am
THE SHASHI THAROOR COLUMN
Openness is the essence


Ask the Doc...

By Mukund Padmanabhan
Slow sync



Tribute

Against all odds
Bipin Bihari Choudhury never let his disability come in the way of his art.

Health

HEALTHWATCH
Do you feel giddy?
Feel giddy? Don't panic. First think of the balance system, especially the inner ear.

Books

Eyecatchers
Geet Govinda: Paintings in Kanheri Style; Narmada Prasad Upadhyaya, Shri Beni Madhava Prakashan Graha in association with Mapin Publishing, price not mentioned.
Literature

LITERATURE
Two front doors
Translation today is an attempt to reclaim the lost legacy of creative crossovers.

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