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Sign of the changing times?
The Pakistan Government's involvement in the renovation of Hindu temples at Ketas sends out a positive signal.
Interview

IN CONVERSATION
Eternal optimist
There are scripts to write, actors to be discovered, movies to be made, books to be written... Life is just too short for veteran actor Dev Anand.

Reflections

ISLAMABAD CALLING
Kite-flying in the time of high spirits
From liquor to kite-flying, Pakistan debates some tough issues as spring arrives.

Personality

Living in hope
When security forces in Kashmir picked up her son, Parveena Ahangar chose to fight back.

Culture

Highlighting heritage
India has been selected as the first country to be profiled in the World Heritage Project series.

Personality

PROFILE
Question of security
India's relations with other countries and security issues are of never-ending interest to T.V. Paul.

Travel

TIME OUT
Paradise, here and now
New Zealand is blessed with an infinite variety of landscapes, all of them stunningly beautiful.


FOOTLOOSE
Where the bells ring
The small town of Taliparamba near Kannur is famous for its many temples.

Focus

Close encounters
Thanks to awareness created by Saksham, some children in Nithari were able to escape the clutches of the Noida killers.

Environment

ECOWATCH
Return of the pelican
The increase in the number of pelicans is news to cheer.

Columns

THE SHASHI THAROOR COLUMN
On the move
MEDIA MATTERS
By Sevanti Ninan
Broadsheet story

PAST & PRESENT
By Ramachandra Guha
The letters of a lonely man
INDIA BEATS
By Madhu Gurung
Beyond disability

POSTCARD FROM ALEXANDRIA
By Sadhana Rao
Tryst with glory
ROUNDABOUT
By Hugh And Colleen Gantzer
In Hobbit land



Tribute

Service was his second nature
A century after Col. Henry Olcott's death, a peek into his life leaves one thirsty for insights.

Health

MEDI CARE
Boutique hospital
BEAMS has done away with the intimidating ambience of hospitals.

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