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Homeward bound
The recent tide of NRIs coming back to India is motivated by more than sentimental or personal reasons.


‘India has a long way to go’
‘We took calculated risks and got what was due to us.’ An exclusive from the co-founder of Hotmail.
Interview


IN CONVERSATION
In search of new idioms
We need to develop indigenous frameworks to study the various religions of India, says Prof. S.N. Balagangadhara, who will be heading the first international conference on the religions of India in January 2008.


Heritage

Fading grandeur
The once thriving havelis of Shekhawati with their vibrant murals tell a sad tale of neglect today.


Issues


LOOKING BACK
In the ‘unbreakable’ city
Each time there is a riot or blast, Mumbai springs back or so it seems. Only those broken by the past know what it takes to live here.


EXPERIENCE
When memory lies in boxes
The Red Location Museum in New Brighton Township chronicles the struggles to end Apartheid.


Columns

MEDIA MATTERS
By Sevanti Ninan
A different flavour

PAST & PRESENT
By Ramachandra Guha
Justice delayed, not denied

THE SHASHI THAROOR COLUMN
Post-modern malls and medieval mind-sets

ROUNDABOUT
By Hugh And Colleen Gantzer
Town of painted legends



People

Currency of celebrity
Veteran journalist Tina Brown on The Diana Chronicles and her fascination with “the people’s princess”.

Time to share the story
In conversation with author Dominique Lapierre about his latest book on the Soviet Union and the Bhopal gas tragedy.

Inside a sacred world
Writer and photographer Pepita Seth talks about how her book, the first on the Guruvayur temple, happened.


Lifestyle

Seduced by Salsa
More and more urban Indians are taking to Salsa as a way of reconnecting with themselves and their bodies.


OFF THE BEATEN TRACK
The mysterious ways of malt
A look at the painstaking care and attention to detail that goes into the making of the Scottish single malt.


Health


EAT SMART
Good bacteria in your food
Fermented food, which contain probiotics, offer a range of health benefits.


HEALTHWATCH
Light in your eyes
Glare is a common cause of visual discomfort.


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