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Sunday, December 23, 2007
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Where did we go wrong?
Learning to kill for fun
How responsible are adults when things go wrong in the world of children?
On the track of a carbon web
London’s climate change walk traces the effect of modern commerce on the city.
Dance of a lifetime
Gurus V.P. Dhananjayan and Shantha reflect on their 55 years in dance and their association with Kalakshetra.
The spell of Sufis
The Ruhaniyat festival in Mumbai brought together performers and singers from places as diverse as Rajasthan, Bengal and Konya, Turkey.
Fashion as empowerment
In embattled Afghanistan, two designers are using fashion and design to empower women economically, to keep alive the traditions of a rich culture.
Of stars and stories
This is a well-written book about the new Bollywood and its emerging narratives, aimed at a Western readership.
Dance of the auroras
In a world that goes without light for months, the auroras come as a dazzling relief.
A slice of Italy in Switzerland, Lugano bubbles with Italian ebullience. GUSTASP and JEROO IRANI
THE TSUNAMI AND THE AFTERMATH
A village revisited
Three years after the tsunami struck, a look at the way relief measures have shaped up in Pattinacherry, the worst-hit village in the State of Puducherry.
A seventh dam across the Chalakudy may sound the death-knell of the river.
Large dams are emerging as a major issue of conflict in North-eastern India. NEERAJ VAGHOLIKAR
A changed topography in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands and increased seismic activity in the area have to be factored in for drafting appropriate disaster responses.
With Kavungal Chathunni Panicker’s death, the Kavungal School of Kathakali has lost its last link with an ancient tradition.
An enduring saga
Even as Atlas Shrugged celebrates 50 years in print, novelist-philosopher Ayn Rand’s India connection is thriving.
Protein and you
Adequate amount of protein in your diet brings down antibiotic needs and keeps you fighting fit.
The variety of freely available dietary information that confuses patients is one doctor’s bane.
"At the stern heights of the Himalaya, between historic passes and spectacular peaks, lies the great Himalayan desert. Extending from Mustang in Nepal, it includes the Indian districts of Ladakh, Lahul, Spiti and Kinnaur. This vast area of brown ...
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