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Road less travelled
In this exclusive interview, American travel writer and novelist Paul Theroux talks about his books, his writing and his life in Hawaii.
Interview

It’s wanderlust for me
As she seeks newer horizons, Dorothy Conlon’s travels take her practically all over the world.


Travel


FOOTLOOSE
Himalayan trek
Experiencing snow in the higher reaches of the Himalayas in December is a heady experience.



EXPERIENCE
In the eye of a crystal
Put reality on hold for a while and immerse yourself in the fluid, bizarre possibilities of crystal at the Swarovski museum near Innsbruck, Austria.


Interview


FACE TO FACE
Theatre is revelation
A conversation with the multi-faceted Ebrahim Alkazi.


Environment


ECO-WATCH
Stranded in the Sunderbans
Rising sea levels and subsequent loss of land are contributing to increasing the number of environmental refugees in the Sunderbans. RINA MUKHERJI


Cinema


CINEMA
And the winner is …
Who will sweep the Oscars this year? A look at the nominees and their chances.

An unusual love story
Filmmaker Aparna Sen on what led her to Kunal Basu’s The Japanese Wife.

‘I’m thrilled to see my vision on screen’
Writer Kunal Basu reacts to the filming of his short story.


Columns

LEVEL PLAYING FIELD
By By Mike Marqusee
Anticipations of horror

CAMBRIDGE LETTER
By By Bill Kirkman
Politics of sport

THE  OTHER  HALF
By By Kalpana Sharma
Sorry, a powerful word

SIGHTINGS
By By Suchitra Behal
MOVING ON

SIGHTINGS
By By Suchitra Behal
GOOD FOOD LINE

SIGHTINGS
By By Suchitra Behal
All for a Cuppa



Tribute


SPACES OF CHANGE
Living with dignity
Beyond rejection by relatives, friends and society, to rebuild one’s life and a community based on hard work and dignity — that’s the essence of Amte’s Anandwan.


Lifestyle


LENS EYE
Magic of light and space
The colonial era, seen both as a legacy and a burden, informs much of Christopher Taylor’s photographs of Kolkata and Mumbai.


Health


FITNESS MATTERS
Stay on your feet
All new shoes feel great, but the wrong one can cause trouble.


Books

Exploring spaces
I asked my soul, what is Delhi? She replied: The world is the body and Delhi its soul.Mirza Ghalib may have been indulging in hyberbole... but what sets [Delhi] apart is the multitude of historic ruins that are almost everywhere. Every ...


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