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Sunday, October 28, 2007
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Humanity’s biggest test
Green agenda for everyone
The campaign against climate change has a green agenda for everyone. Al Gore urges a set of actions at the individual level, which he explains on his website ( www.algore.com) as "Ten Things To Do" in the ...
FACE TO FACE
Of magic and mythology
Japanese author Mami Yamada talks about street magic and the links between Japan and India. MEENA MENON
Dubai has some of the trendiest international eating destinations.
The Athens Biennial challenged Greece’s association with classical culture. Gunvanthi Balaram
Coping with conflict and stress
In Kashmir there is need for a structural support system to combat the prolonged exposure to violence.
Where are the women?
Of the 513 Nobel winners in the sciences, only 11 have been women. Why? Suresh Menon
The Aga Khan Award for Architecture is the only one that recognises an eclectic approach in the field. A. SRIVATHSAN
BREAST CANCER AWARENESS
No need to panic
What a woman should do if she discovers a lump in the breast. DR. UMA KRISHNASWAMY
Mirroring a democracy
Excerpts from the Introduction to Writing a Nation: An Anthology of Indian Journalism, edited by Nirmala Lakshman, published by Rupa & Co., and released in New Delhi earlier this week.
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