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Techno-heroes versus underdogs
The Oscars have more often favoured underdogs with a different vision. Will the pattern repeat itself this year?
Oscar is the game…
… and it has been played ruthlessly, partially and spectacularly down the years.
My name is Imran
U.K.-based author Imran Ahmad talks to JAHNAVI ACHAREKAR on his debut novel Unimagined, which presents life in Britain as experienced by a Muslim boy.
Once upon a time…
Geeta Ramanujam opens up about how stories can form an integral part of the learning process and her journey in the world of storytelling through Kathalaya.
Volleys of triumph
Age does not really matter, finds INDIRA JAYARAMAN, as she gives her all for an international seniors tennis tournament with her family cheering her on from the sidelines.
Rocky tryst with history
The Chalukyans may have cut rock like Titans but they finished it like jewellers. Centuries later, the rock-cut temples of Badami are a testimony to their skills.
In the city of Aladdin
Romans, Berbers, Arabs and the French: They have all left their marks on Morocco making it an eclectic mix of the old and the new.
It's survival of the toughest
Through the ages, men have had careers, children and doting wives. Decades into the feminist revolution, women in the UK who want it all are still perceived as a problem, not least by themselves and by other women, finds BARBARA LEWIS
INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY
Her fair share
Though the playing field is becoming increasingly more equal, the game is still different for women in the workplace. Contrary to popular belief, their journey to the top is filled with challenges.
The river gives us water and power, fish and fertile plains, reeds and recreation. What do we do in return?
For the tiger's sake
The success of the resettlement project in the Bhadra Reserve is a shot in the arm for conservationists. But is it in time to save the tiger, asks S. NANDA KUMAR.
The birds are back
From a village of bird hunters, Mangalajodi in Orissa is now a village of bird protectors. ASHISH KOTHARI recounts how the transformation happened.
Stuck in stereotypes
Will Bollywood ever get to portray Muslim characters realistically in its films?
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