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The aura around Indian art
While contemporary Indian art has a dominant place in the global arena today, it has not been an easy journey. A look at how it reached its current high.
Fashion


CATWALK
When colours reign
There may be an overdose of colour and unrealistic embellishments, but Manish Arora knows that his unique designs are lure enough.


Interview


IN CONVERSATION
Towards a pluralist society
Pascale Warda, an Assyrian Chaldean Christian, knows what it feels like to be in a minority community and a woman in Iraq. As an activist it is precisely these causes that are important to her. Excerpts from a conversation…


Heritage

Celebrations of divinity
An exhibition of the Pichhwais of Srinathji, currently on show at Surat, captures the sensuous joy of the sacred through the depiction of the life and times of Krishna.


Happenings

An explosion of pink and white
The Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, D.C., on till April 13, commemorates the arrival of cherry blossom trees from Japan a century ago.


Travel


TIME OUT
Afloat in the Amazon
A cruise up the Amazon gives one a rare peek into a way of life and an environment that is sustained by the energy of the river.


Issues


HUMAN RIGHTS
In khaki terror
Ibrahim Junaid kept a beard and was very religious. In the wake of the Mecca Masjid explosions in Hyderabad, these were reasons enough for the police to dub him a terrorist, abduct him, torture him and put him in jail on framed charges. Now on bail, will his life get back on track?


Essay


TRENDS
Cinema plays for cricket
In the attempt to bring in viewers and build loyalty for city cricket teams, film stars seem to be the easiest option.


Columns

LEVEL PLAYING FIELD
By Mike Marqusee
Apostle of change

THE OTHER HALF
By Kalpana Sharma
Let’s not forget

CAMBRIDGE  LETTER
By Bill Kirkman
Negation of democracy

SIGHTINGS
By Suchitra Behal
Hema Malini


By Suchitra Behal
Tina Ambani


By Suchitra Behal
Shah Rukh Khan



Lifestyle


REFLECTIONS
Goodbye green card
For good or bad, we are all formed by the worlds we grow up in. And that often means taking some tough decisions…


Health


HEALTHWATCH
No illusion this
Corneal distortions present a different picture of the world around you. But recent advances help solve the problem early.


Dealing with prostate cancer
Since there are no symptoms in the early stage, add this to your annual medical checklist.


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