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Sunday, December 10, 2006
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A jumbo passion
Writer Mark Shand on his obsession with the Asian elephant.
Performances to savour
This year's Prithvi festival gave viewers some of the better plays from diverse groups operating in different languages.
Power to dream
The almost impossible structures of Antonio Gaudi, in the Sagrada Familia Cathedral and other projects he undertook, are inspired by nature.
What you just can't avoid when you treat yourself to a holiday.
A hint of spice
Tabla, the "Indian" restaurant in New York City, thrives on a philosophy of food that is unorthodox yet not needlessly radical.
Loss of identity
College Street, Kolkata, is famous the world over for second-hand books. Soon, it is going to look different.
Symphony of the Vienna woods
The forests surrounding the Austrian capital still remain, as foresters and environmentalists have been striving to keep them so.
Recent reports indicate that the problem of rising sea levels has more immediate threats than previously thought.
The film demonstrates that the Indian freedom movement was just one of many struggles for human dignity.
The magic in her voice
M.S. Subbulakshmi was a symbol of peace and harmony.
Is it pneumonia?
Pneumonia is a serious disease if not treated or recognised early.
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