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Roots, migration and exile
Jhumpa Lahiri on her new book, her voice as a writer and her continuing interest in issues of identity and immigration.
Land & People


COMMENT
Gandhi: From substance to shadow
As another Dandi March anniversary went by, the question looms large: Who wants the ‘real’ Gandhi when the image more than suffices?



SOCIETY
A legacy of protest and resistance
The recent struggle for better conditions in Bangalore’s garment industry bears a striking similarity to New York’s 100 years ago.


Religion


REFLECTIONS
New beginnings
On the occasion of Easter, a celebration of all that it stands for: courage, trust, an implicit faith in renewal and the hope that things will change for the better in our relationships, workplaces and in our hearts.


Personality


MY TAKE
Ray and the railways
A homage to the enduring love story between Satyajit Ray and trains… which feature prominently in many of his movies.


Fitness


FITNESS MATTERS
A stretch goal
How to avoid aches and pains once you start running.


Events


ROCK FESTIVAL
Not Megadeth enough
Neither were the audience great enough. The first Rock’n India Festival in Bangalore was merely interesting when it could have been inspiring.


Fitness


HEALTHWATCH
Passive but dangerous
Exposure to second-hand smoke is as dangerous to the non-smoker as smoking is to the smoker.


Music


IN CONVERSATION
Sound of a hundred violins
Marat Bisengaliev, from Kazakhstan, is putting together India’s first symphonic orchestra, in collaboration with the National Centre for Performing Arts, Mumbai. He talks about the challenges...


Travel


FOOTLOOSE
Where eagles dare
Watching Singapore go about its daily life from the heady heights of the Flyer is an uplifting experience.


TIME OUT
Land of lotus eaters
Luang Prabang is just the ticket if you are seeking something out of the ordinary.


Environment


CONSERVATION
From conflict to co-existence
The people of Ladakh and its wildlife have always co-existed peacefully. The creation of protected areas is the cause of new tensions which have to be resolved.


Columns

LEVEL PLAYING FIELD
By Mike Marqusee
Matchless feast

THE OTHER HALF
By Kalpana Sharma
And now the good news

CAMBRIDGE LETTER
By Bill Kirkman
Lessons from the past

SIGHTINGS
By Suchitra Behal
Sir Richard Branson


By Suchitra Behal
Deepika Padukone


By Suchitra Behal
Mallika Sarabhai



People


FACE TO FACE
In a new avataar
He doesn’t bother too much about hitting gold at the box office anymore. As a senior director, he wants to makes films that are relevant and thought-provoking. Excerpts from a conversation with Subhash Ghai…


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