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Metaphor for transformation
Above melodrama; true tragedy
Satoshi Miyagi's "Medea" resonated with moral values, while recognising human flaws.
Vast, expansive spaces, myth, legend, history, and simple folks with trusting smiles. That's the essence of the Rann of Kachch.
A considerable body of research shows that corporal punishment can never make a child learn or behave better. Yet, the practice is widely prevalent.
The Mobile Biodiversity Festival is an attempt by women farmers to revive millet farming.
The problem with "Guru" is a simplistic view of liberalisation and its critique.
In never never land
A hauntingly beautiful land of great antiquity, but what loomed large over Turkmenistan was the personality cult of its President Saparmurat Niyazov, who died recently.
A lifetime in research
Prof. Dennis Hudson was a pioneer in researching the intersections of religion, history and art.
As a reaction against supermarkets, farmers' markets, selling locally produced vegetables and fruits, are getting more popular in the U.K.
Fight for fitness
For those over 40, a healthy diet and exercise can help provide the answer to dealing with lifestyle disorders.
Desktop Yoga; Bharat Thakur, Wisdom Tree, Rs. 145
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