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Cashing in on cricket
The startling figures paid for the star players at the IPL auction stands testimony to the power of the new Indian market.
Interview


IN CONVERSATION
Never-ending stories
The secret of his longevity as an author, Manohar Malgonkar believes, is his ability to tell a story well and communicate with people.


There are people listening
Sahitya Akademi Award recipient Malathi Rao on her novels and on writing as a means of finding a structure for this world…


Book Review


LIFE AROUND
Our feathered friends
This is an eclectic and entertaining collection of writings about birds and birders.


Land & People


LENSEYE
In praise of the pachyderm
A photographer charmed by the ways of the elephant opens a gallery dedicated to the revered animal.


Travel


TIME OUT
Dancing with Zorba in Crete
A lesson in living — in Greece’s intoxicating Stavros Bay.


Issues


GENDER
Will justice be done?
Having gone through the trauma of gang rape, Para now faces a further ordeal in her quest to ensure that her attackers do not go scot-free.


Environment


ECO-WATCH
The defiant one
As outsiders in a wildlife sanctuary, it is we humans who have to watch our step…


Cinema

From a child's point of view
“Taare Zameen Par” turns the spotlight on our education system and cultural mindset when it comes to dealing with our children.


Columns

THE OTHER HALF
By Kalpana Sharma
Sad Sunday

CAMBRIDGE LETTER
By Bill Kirkman
Earning citizenship

LEVEL PLAYING FIELD
By Mike Marqusee
The great catastrophe


By Suchitra Behal
Sightings



People


EXPERIENCE
Janakiraman sends a wire
An incident concerning T. Janakiraman, the Tamil novelist and his principled stand, out of the pages of memory…


Health


FITNESS MATTERS
When the rubber hits the road
Now that you’ve started running, ease yourself into it gradually. Here’s how to do it.


Books

Ready reckoners
Inside Hyderabad: An Insider’s Look at the Best of Hyderabad, Ramesh Reddy, Rupa & Co., in association with IL&FS Education and Technology Services Ltd., 2008, p.124, price not stated. * * * ...


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