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Surviving terror
The citizens of Jaipur have shown resilience in plenty after the explosions. Now, it’s time the State took effective initiatives to prevent such attacks from happening.
Interview


FACE TO FACE
Twists in the script
Aamir Khan talks about his home production “Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na” and the other issues over which he has been creating ripples lately.


Book Review


CONTEMPLATIONS
Insights into living and dying
Modern healthcare professionals can learn much from the Tibetan Buddhist belief that it as important to die with dignity as it is to live happily. Another look at a classic, a book by Sogyal Rinpoche, that had its 10th anniversary reprint recently.


Interview


IN CONVERSATION
The power of one
Pinki Virani believes that even small, incremental changes initiated by individuals do matter in the long run.


Article


LOOKING BACK
Memories of Malgudi man
He might have been one of the most important writers of his time. To Bhuvaneshwari, he was just her grandpa. A walk down memory lane…


Travel


FOOTLOOSE
Tranquil retreat
Vizhinjam, located near Kovalam, offers a laid-back ambience and the space to recover from the daily grind.



TIME OUT
Modernist canvas
Rotterdam doesn’t have a historical ‘heart’ like other European cities but give it time and it will grow on you.


Heritage

The past lives again
Destroyed during the earthquake of 2001, it has taken seven years to restore the Kutch Museum to its former glory.


Columns

LEVEL PLAYING FIELD
By Mike Marqusee
Extreme swings

THE OTHER HALF
By Kalpana Sharma
Diary of the displaced

CAMBRIDGE LETTER
By Bill Kirkman
Rediscovering the romance of rail


By Suchitra Behal
Sightings



Health


HEALTHWATCH
To breathe free
This World No Tobacco Day, May 31, was aimed at making youth free of this dreaded habit that predisposes them to serious and life-threatening problems.


EYECARE
Tender vision
ROP is a blinding disorder in preterm babies which can be cured if detected early. An essential FAQ.


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