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Why a marathon?
Because it’s life-changing. Lifestyle consultant RAHUL S. VERGHESE tells you how to go about it the right way…


The world under your feet
As distance running hits prime time, a look at the ground work laid by passionate runners in various cities over the years…
Interview


IN CONVERSATION
‘I still dream of being Rajesh Khanna’
Actor, writer and theatreperson Tom Alter holds forth on films and more in an e-mail interview.


FACE TO FACE
A river’s tale
Alice Albinia on how her book Empires of the Indus came into being.


Music


HIGH NOTES
Mohanam, magic and Mozart
Salzburg is special to all music lovers as the birthplace of Mozart. Carnatic musician Aruna Sairam , who performed at this year’s SommerSzene, on how classical music truly crosses all barriers.


Food Line


FINE DINING
Where food is the star
With a restaurant based on the movies, Havmor 70mm in Hyderabad helps customers soak in the Bollywood experience.


Travel


TIME OUT
Beyond Down Under
From the mountains of the South Island to the Abel Tasman National Park, New Zealand unfolds one surprising story after another…

READY-RECKONER
The remote and mysterious Land of the Thunder Dragon, nestled in the foothills of the Himalayas, Bhutan was a destination for only the hardiest explorer. It is a land of formidably tough terrain, full of narrow valleys separated by high, ...


Focus


SOCIETY
Why I can’t join the party…
The case for sexual minorities should have been built on analogous reasoning with various other minorities like Dalits, adivasis and religious minorities feels.

What after 377?
MAHESH DATTANI

‘I am at last free’
WENDELL RODRICKS


Cinema

Made in India
New York’s Museum of Modern Art — in a festival simply called “The New India” — showcased an impressive collection of thought-provoking new films from India.


Columns

THE OTHER HALF
By Kalpana Sharma
A silent revolution

THE SHRINKING UNIVERSE
By Vijay Nagaswami
We don’t need no (sex) education

CAMBRIDGE LETTER
By Bill Kirkman
The State on the defensive

AFFLUENZA
By Hindol Sengupta
Why buy Manish Arora?



Tribute

The last stroke
Renowned artist Tyeb Mehta was responsible for the boom in contemporary Indian art, but his death last week leaves a vacuum in the art world.


Health


HEALTHWATCH
It’s your neck on the line
Control head and neck cancer through prevention and early detection…


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