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Warriors for the afterlife
Emperor Qin’s Terracotta Museum in Xian celebrates one of the greatest archaeological discoveries of the 20th century. M.B. RAJANI


The show at London
From September 13, 2007, to April 6, 2008, the British Museum, London, plays host to the terracotta army from China. “The First Emperor: China’s Terracotta Army” is an exhibition that highlights one of the greatest ...

From the eyes in space
With this kind of scattered treasure, one can think of using tools that will allow us to look at and survey swaths of several kilometres at once. This can be achieved with the help of “eyes” in space. Space-based remote ...
Arts & Crafts

A different narrative aesthetics
The Mahishasuramardhini panel owes its inspiration to a different conception of art and is not a derivative of the Amazonmachy.


Travel


TIME OUT
Imposing opulence
Henry VIII spent the equivalent of £18 million on Hampton Court in the 1520s. And it shows even today.


Issues

An unequal music
Gender discrimination is very much alive in the field of Carnatic music. We need to face it and find answers.


Focus

Far away from home
Despite a tough life in Pakistan, few Afghan refugees want to return to their home country.

Giving the will to live
The Naz Foundation believes HIV-positive children have as much right to life, love and care as anybody else.


Columns

LEVEL PLAYING FIELD
By Mike Marqusee
Notes of dissent

CAMBRIDGE LETTER
By Bill Kirkman
Making science accessible

THE OTHER HALF
By Kalpana Sharma
Dressing down at work

INDIA BEATS
By Subha J Rao
Trading tradition


Ask the Doc



People

The original nightingale
Pakistani author Aijaz Gul shares his thoughts about Mallika-e-Tarannum Noorjehan, the subject of his latest book.

Pakistan revisited
Filmmaker Sara Singh talks about her debut film and reactions to it. RONITA TORCATO

‘I opted out of the rat race’
A tête-À-tête with author and broadcaster Adam Clapham at his seaside villa in Mangalore. SUDIPTO MONDAL


Tribute

Soldier of the revolution
Remembering Che Guevera on his 40th death anniversary.


Health

It starts inside homes
Indoor air pollution is a health hazard that more people need to be aware of.


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