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Don’t let your heart burn out
A major risk factor for heart disease is work-related stress. Here’s how to deal effectively with it and safeguard your heart.


Work heart and soul
Most premature deaths due to heart attack can be avoided with lifestyle changes. Sadly not many people know that.


EAT SMART
Get your oils right
Bad fats, good omega-3s, mono-fats, poly-unsaturated fats, trans fats … What’s the best kind for you?


FITNESS MATTERS
Put your heart into it
Exercise is crucial in reducing the risk of coronary artery disease. Here’s why.

Beware, the quiet killer
A silent heart attack has its own symptoms but these are largely ignored.
Theatre


THEATRE
Pleasure in the punch
With eclectic pieces that refused to be categorised, this year’s Hamara Shakespeare was a marriage of lethal elements.


Interview


EXPLORATIONS
Visual vibrations
Artistic duo Elaine Miles and Eugene Ughetti chat about their recent glass show, music and what it’s like to push sensory boundaries….


Food Line


FLAVOURS
The new fast food
Hrudananda Behera, Executive Chef at Taj Banjara, Hyderabad, on the art of making dim sums.


Travel


TIME OUT
Echoes of an empire
Standing by the side of the river Tagus in Lisbon, the starting point for the voyages that led to the ‘discovery’ of India, one can feel the colonial past come alive…


Issues


ISSUES
Community is the key
Improving the quality and security of children’s lives would be impossible without community participation. Some best practices in the area …


Cinema


CINEMA
Wacky but not much fun
Spoofs work when the original is kept in sight. And “Quick Gun Murugan’s” claim of being an ‘idlified Spaghetti Western’ doesn’t really work.


Columns

BAREFOOT
By Harsh Mander
What I learnt from Naren

MEDIA MATTERS
By Sevanti Ninan
Celebrating a hybrid culture

CAMBRIDGE LETTER
By Bill Kirkman
Typically British

FISCALLY FIT Q & A
By Shyam P.
Investment options

IN PASSING
By Suchitra Behal
Diva act


By Suchitra Behal
In the genes


By Suchitra Behal
A different take

GOURMET FILES
By Vasundhara Chauhan
Crabs and coconut



Tribute


TRIBUTE
The complete scholar
Meenakshi Mukherjee, who passed away recently, was an enabling teacher, a path-breaking scholar and critic who had a devoted following…


Lifestyle


INDULGE
On cloud nine
Rediscover wellness and rejuvenation as the unique paradigm of two super-luxury Westin Hotels in Beijing.


Books

NOTES FROM THE ROAD...
What of America, the thrillingly varied colossus of a country that Stephen went to explore? What is the reality beneath the stereotypes of gun-toting and Bible-bashing?In his chariot of Englishness — a black London cab — ...


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