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The Oscars tonight will be a keenly watched event. A look at the frontrunners for the 81st Annual AcademyAwards…



CENTRE STAGE
Smiles all round
Pinki’s transformation from a child with a cleft lip to a normal six-year-old is the subject of a documentary that’s been nominated for the Academy Awards.
Personality


NEWSMAKER
Reality in dreams
With her new exhibition, Blue Book, currently on in New Delhi, well known photographer Dayanita Singh muses on her move from black and white to colour.


Issues


ISSUES
Lok Adalat or Joke Adalat?
While the Lok Adalats are a possible tool of grievance redressal for NREGA, the first-ever Lok Adalat, convened by the Jharkhand Legal Services Authority in Latehar District, shows that its implementation has a long way to go, say economists


SAFE SKIES
Indian air farce
Poor navigation, lack of communication with the control tower and non-conformation with procedures on the part of the pilots operating the helicopters, one of which had the the President of India on board, could have resulted in a major disaster in Mumbai. The man who saved the situation, the air traffic controller, is the one facing the heat now.


Columns

SECOND LIFE
By Reshma S Kulkarni
Helping hands

TINSEL TOWN
Baby blues

BAREFOOT
By Harsh Mander
The child in need

THE OTHER HALF
By Kalpana Sharma
Speaking out

THE AHIMSA WAY
By Usha Jesudasan
No freedom without respect

CAMBRIDGE LETTER
By Bill Kirkman
The experience of excitement

GOURMET FILES
By Vasundhara Chauhan
The stuff of good evenings



Urban Edge


  • Another one gone

    Health

    Perceptions of failure
    While it is natural to feel some stress during exams; the intensity of fear that throttles students in India is alarming. And the main reason for this is our attitude to failure.


    BEAT THE EXAM STRESS
    Zone of high pressures
    Examination anxiety is a much-talked about phenomenon but few seem to know what to do about it. Here are some tips to help the children through this difficult time.


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  • The spiritual angle



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