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Imagining a nation
Every now and then nations must pause and reassess their core values. As a nation, how do we evolve an inclusive nationalism that takes with it the poor and the diverse cultures of the subcontinent?
Interview


IN CONVERSATION
The size zero way
Fitness and nutrition expert, Rujuta Diwekar on celeb fitness, her new book and more…



BOOK TALK
In a time warp
Author Ali Sethi on how Pakistan’s past has influenced his debut novel, The Wish Maker, as well as recent writing from his country.


Land & People


COMMUNITIES
Vanishing futures
It is a small consolation that the Jarawas have not been wiped out like the great Andamanese.


Book Review


PHOTO DIARY
An invaluable message
The concerns of African wildlife, and a caveat to environmental bureaucrats.


Fashion

Exercise fashionably
Whether a fitness newbie or a work-out freak, smart exercise wear can get you moving. Check out the latest in fitness apparel.


VANITY FAIR
Sparkling delights
Gemstones are climbing the popularity charts. So make sure you choose those sparklers right.

Her fashion quotient
After a flash of femininity in 2007, former First Lady and now US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has gone back to her conservative way of dressing.


Travel


TIME OUT
Alpine haven
In the bosom of the high Alps in Tirol, Austria, KISHORE and SMITA IYENGAR discover the quaint, upper crust charms of ski haven Kitzbuhel.


Issues


SPOTLIGHT
Taught to shoot?
As nations resort to brute force, children absorb aggression in insidious ways.


COUNTERPOINT
A judgment that builds bridges
A response to Ashley Tellis’ “Why I can’t join the party” on the reading down of Section 377, published on July 12.


LANDSCAPES
Who gives a fig?
Trees are being slaughtered in large numbers in the face of urbanisation. A reflective piece on what is happening to our landscapes from a conservation perspective.


Columns

THE OTHER HALF
By Kalpana Sharma
This volcano need not erupt

THE SHRINKING UNIVERSE
By Vijay Nagaswami
I think, therefore I feel

CAMBRIDGE LETTER
By Bill Kirkman
Resurgent railways



Tribute


TRIBUTE
Her legacy will live on
Remembering Gangubai Hangal, the gentle singer with the stentorian voice and doyenne of the Kirana gharana.


Health


EAT SMART
Cut out the killer colas
Most of us opt for a soft drink when thirsty. But have you thought of what it does inside the body?


DOC TALK
Angioplasty at 75?
How safe is it to do an angioplasty in an elderly patient?


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