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Sunday, October 04, 2009
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How green really is my valley?
An epic storyteller
Author and scriptwriter Ashok Banker doesn’t quite agree with labelling books into genres … “too limiting in scope” he tells
Pushing at the boundaries
As China turns 60, its artists are venturing into areas that were once taboo. In conversation with ANANTH KRISHNAN, Sheng Qi, one of China’s most daring contemporary artists, talks about why he revels in taking on subjects his colleagues don’t touch.
Talented bartenders tell us what’s new in their corner….
She only designs stuff that she herself would wear, says designer Neeta Lulla.
City by the sea
St. David’s, Europe’s smallest city, offers a window on Wales’ many charms…
A joint production of dancer Akram Khan and actor Juliette Binoche, “In-I” delved into the many layers of love.
Is teacher absence the problem or a symptom of a deeper malaise?
Agony of a teacher
As professors in our premier institutes go on a strike, a teacher reflects on the profession and its rewards...
Design a wedding…
Swati Pandya Sood on how she helps wedding dreams come true.
It’s relative, not absolute
With October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month, let’s look at the established risk factors for this enigmatic disease.
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