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TEN YEARS AFTER POKHARAN
Deeper into the morass
Since Pokharan, we have been witness to an opportunistic shift in the stance of the government, from an outright condemnation of nuclear deterrence to an unabated enthusiasm for the development of a full-fledged arsenal.
Land & People


PALESTINIANS TODAY
Memories of a distant home
It’s been 60 years since the Naqba, when Palestinians were forced to flee their homes and land. In the desolate refugee camps of Lebanon, hope still thrives, that their homes will once again be theirs.


Interview


FACE TO FACE
Celebrating the body electric
Ido Tadmor, Israel’s ambassador of dance, says that to dance freely is to break free of mental blocks, barriers and fears.


Book Review


FICTION
A return to innocence
With hope at its core, Gardens of Water is an intensely absorbing novel that allows a man his humanity in a ruthless modern world.


Arts & Crafts

Subtle significance
Kanishka Raja’s ideas are expressed with a subtle ingenuity that demands a deeper engagement on the part of the viewer.


Book Review

A radiant light
An already lush landscape comes alive under the artistic gaze.


Travel


TIME OUT
Holland in a nutshell
Madurodam in The Hague is a brilliant piece of miniature architecture that recreates Holland’s famous landmarks.


Heritage


HERITAGE
Embodiment of syncretic traditions
Founded after the arrival in India of one of the most outstanding Sufi saints, Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti, the Ajmer dargah continues to be at the centre of a way of life born of the human heart.


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ALONG THE BORDER
A return which is not easy
Kashmiri youth who went to PoK to join militant outfits are finding it difficult to get back to their homes. It is a complex issue which needs humanitarian treatment.


Columns

MEDIA MATTERS
By Sevanti Ninan
Election signs

PAST PRESENT
By Ramachandra Guha
The tattered ideal

IN CONVERSATION
By Anuj Kumar
‘I have no aspirations for a Booker’



People


AGAINST ODDS
Tragedies and a public triumph
Senator Barack Obama’s appeal to save the life of a U.S.-based Indian doctor, Vinay Chakravarthy, has stirred a community into action.


Health


HEALTHWATCH
Reducing the risk of Alzheimer's
Controlling one’s drinking and smoking habits can delay the onset of Alzheimer’s disease.


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