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Sunday, January 24, 2010
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In the name of the people
The politics of an imagined ‘people' is anti-democratic because it can so easily slide into direct fascist action against perceived ‘enemies'.
Our weaker sections are weak in more ways than one and that is a powerful indictment of our democracy…
A bumpy ride
Despite Constitutional guarantees, the idea of freedom expression has often come under attack on several fronts.
Choosing our destiny
In spite of setbacks, the Constitution is a living, vibrant document that allows the people to define fundamental aspects of our country…
Growing up with the Republic
Five women look back on the sweeping changes they have lived through along with the nation.
The non ambition of Nandita Das
Actor Nandita Das on her work and why she's not seen on screen more often.
FACE TO FACE
Going with the flow
Poet, novelist and translator Sampurna Chattarji tells K. SRILATA which of her writerly personas she most identifies with.
Going wild in Sakleshpur
Wishbone has announced a trip to Kadamane estate, Sakleshpur, beginning just before midnight on the January 29. The estate is a low elevation tea estate which has around 1,000 acres of tea on it. The good news is the entire estate is about ...
Beauty and the beast
Halong Bay in Vietnam, named after the local resident monster, has a rich cultural imagination in tune with its abundant natural beauty…
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Ultimate beauty care
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Mosaic of communities
British ethnographer Edgar Thurston's efforts are of relevance for the centenary of his work Castes and Tribes of Southern India.
Legacy of a dream
As the Sri Lankan Presidential election is on January 26, we remember Senator Murugeysen Tiruchelvam, whose life and career was a search for a united Sri Lanka.
For that special experience
A tranquil property within the busy city limits of Delhi, The Manor is an icon of style and personalised service.
‘It is food that drives me'
Master chef Sanjeev Kapoor on his culinary journeys.
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