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Possible tomorrows
Let us celebrate the new year by being alive to alternative experiences and realities.



INTO THE FUTURE
Goodbye autumn (after Louis MacNeice)
Contemplations on the passing of time… An original poem by renowned poet


INTO THE FUTURE
Call for peace
For once, this year, let’s play the game a little differently. Instead of predicting the future, let’s be proactive and see if we can shape it.
Personality


NEWSMAKER
‘I’m a livewire’
Having finished with being a judge on TV, Mandira Bedi now checks out the other side: as a contestant on a reality show.


Insite


EXPRESSIONS
Through the lens of gratitude
Counting your blessings is not something that comes naturally; it is a trait that has to be cultivated..


Travel


TIME  OUT
Charmed by a river
As one follows the Chalakudy river, witness to the magic of life it nourishes and sustains, one cannot but feel enchanted.


Columns

IN PASSING
By Suchitra Behal
Stage mania

MEDIA  MATTERS
By Sevanti Ninan
Safety first

PAST & PRESENT
By Ramachandra Guha
Foreign certificates

THE  SHRINKING  UNIVERSE
By Vijay Nagaswami
Cups o’ kindness

FISCALLY  FIT
By Shyam P.
A safe bet


Tinsel Town



Tribute


TRIBUTE
Spreading the word through music
The music of Odetta Holmes, who died recently, was synonymous with the plight of her race.


IN MEMORIAM
Playwright of the pause
Harold Pinter, who died recently, was one of the few modern writers whose name became part of modern cultural vocabulary.


Health


WELL BEING
Dance away your diabetic blues
New Year celebrations can take a heavy toll but a little caution ensures that diabetics too can party without courting crisis.


Books


BROWSERS’  NOOK
Bestsmellers in London
It is easily one of the best spots in London. Books for Cooks is like Alladin’s cave, a treasure trove of recipe books with a gem of a café attached.


Cuisine


CUISINE
From the tables of the Mughals
Y. Masihuddin Tucy, a fifth generation descendant of the last Mughal Bahadur Shah Zafar and now a food consultant to the ITC group, has brought to the table signature dishes that revive the forgotten aromas and cuisines of the royalty.


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