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‘I don’t believe in dynasty’
In an exclusive interview, Fatima Bhutto, granddaughter of the late Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, talks about her writing and why she stays away from the political furnace.
Theatre

Uneven standards
A look at the highs and lows at the National School of Drama’s third Satellite Festival, held in Mumbai this year.


Fashion

Clothes with a conscience
Bibi Russell’s designer wear aims to showcase the weavers of Bangladesh.


Heritage


CONSERVATION
The vandalisation of heritage
Murals from the 14th to 17th centuries in temples across Tamil Nadu are being painted over or ‘restored’ gaudily by unqualified personnel. It is time we acted more responsibly to preserve these masterpieces of a bygone era, feels David Shulman, renowned Indologist. Excerpts from an interview...


Travel


TIME OUT
Expectations and experiences
One takes to Vietnam an imagined collage of expectations. Would it live up to the realities of a fast-changing country?


Cinema

More reality than fiction
The better films of last year were heavily influenced by the real world.


Columns

LEVEL PLAYING FIELD
By Mike Marqusee
Unequal justice

CAMBRIDGE LETTER
By Bill Kirkman
In sync with the seasons

THE OTHER HALF
By Kalpana Sharma
How confident are we?



Sightings


  • From cinema to business
  • Across cultures
  • Life after marriage

    People


    WINDS OF CHANGE
    Igniting lives and imagination
    Using her own experiences as a guide, a young lawyer, Hekani Jakhalu has given the youth of Nagaland a chance to make their aspirations come true.


    FACE TO FACE
    A good partnership
    She writes in English but is into publishing in Indian languages. Meet author and publisher Namita Gokhale.


    Lifestyle


    PHOTOESSAY
    Stuff of memories
    With one memorable incident following another, Hyderabad makes you come back to it again and again. A visual tour through the sights and smells of the city.


    Health


    FITNESS MATTERS
    Run away with me
    This is not a Norah Jones song, but foot-tapping percussion. A seasoned runner talks of the benefits of running. The first in a series.

    Core importance
    Strengthen your core muscles to improve grace and fluidity. The third in the series on “Building a Foundation of Success”.


    Books

    Quick takes
    Iranna GR was born in 1970, and has painted professionally for 10 years… The Dancer on the Horse is a meditation on the life and work of the artist. Ranjit Hoskote emphasises the spirituality of the artist’s work and the ...


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