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Sunday, September 30, 2007
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Gandhi’s association with Johannesburg continues to be celebrated even today.
An exercise in futility
The Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s speech at Columbia University may have been an invaluable academic exercise, but it did nothing to change the already frozen opinions of the day, on either side of a growing divide.
‘Ismat never minced words’
Author and translator Tahira Naqvi on Ismat Chugtai’s works and her impact on South Asian literature.
Hindustani vocalist Prabha Atre has no final answers: about herself or her music.
Unrest in Nilambur valley
Family documents set Al McLeod on the trail of a tragic incident that occurred during the 1921 Malabar Rebellion.
To see Ireland is to let it quietly enter and occupy the nooks and crannies of one’s soul.
In search of an elusive cure
Handigodu Syndrome, a painful and crippling affliction affecting a particular section of society in the villages around Shimoga and Chikmagalur, still evades understanding by medical experts.
Kashgar, once at the intersection of inter-continental trade routes, still retains its peculiar bazaar culture despite the onslaught of modernity in China.
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