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Trouble down this road Trouble down this road
The Andaman Trunk Road, a boon for settlers on the island, could be the death-knell for the Jarawas. But little is being done to protect the Stone Age tribe from contact with the 21st century.
Interview


IN CONVERSATION
The language of exile
Nobel Laureate Wole Soyinka talks about his writing and how the political situation in his homeland, Nigeria, impacts his work. TISHANI DOSHI



URBAN SPACES
Human quality in architecture
Prof. Volkwin Marg talks about his views on architecture and his plans for the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, New Delhi.


IMAGES
Voyages of discovery
Photojournalist Cary Wolinsky dons the mantle of storyteller and artist with equal finesse. HARSH KABRA


Travel


FOOTLOOSE
Bewitching beaches
Spirituality and beach culture have combined to create a unique ambience in Gokarn. AKBER AYUB


Focus


PERSPECTIVE
Questions we ignore
It is easier to dismiss jihadis as brainwashed foot soldiers. Tougher to realise that “Islamic fundamentalism” provides many with answers, however flawed or distorted, to questions we do not even bother to ask.


Columns

THE SHASHI THAROOR COLUMN
New realities

PAST & PRESENT
By Ramachandra Guha
Five of the best

MEDIA MATTERS
By Sevanti Ninan
A state apart

INDIA BEATS
Greening a village



People


PROFILE
Beany wonder
What you don’t know about the most rubber-faced man you know Indu Balachandran


Tribute


IN MEMORIAM
Passion for publishing
Remembering Christopher Hurst who was adept at picking books of special interest. JULIAN REA


REFLECTIONS
"Big Bill" will be missed
Big Bill Johnston enjoyed his game of cricket and it showed when he was in the middle, batting or bowling. V. GANGADHAR

Writer who broke norms
Australian writer Elizabeth Jolley, who died recently, explored social issues in her works. June Gaur


Health


HEALTHWATCH
For a strong back
Changing lifestyle and work culture can cause spine problems.

Relief from joint pain
How to deal with osteoarthritis of the knee joint.


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