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Expect miracles
The Football World Cup is, no doubt, a big business with a dark underbelly. But it's also a theatre where grace, skill, power, human genius and limitations play themselves out. With no clear favourites this time around, expect the very best that modern sport has to offer. Expect to be swept off your feet…
Arts & Crafts

Poetry in pottery
These black beauties made at Nungbi village in Manipur have a simple ethereal aesthetics that is so new-age…


Interview


IN CONVERSATION
‘I want to entertain'
With his latest film “Raajneeti” to release this week, filmmaker Prakash Jha clears the controversies surrounding the film and also explains why he makes films.



BOOK TALK
A fishy odyssey
What's it like to chase fish and fishermen all along India's coast? Journalist Samanth Subramanian talks about how his first book, Following Fish, happened.


Fitness


FITNESS MATTERS
Working out at work
GAURI SHAH offers tip on how to stay fit even while you are putting in long hours at the office.


Heritage

Emblems of Mughal magnificence
ZERIN ANKLESARIA sets items from the al-Sabah Collection, currently on exhibit at the Asian Civilisations Museum, Singapore, in their historical context. The exhibition is on till June 27...


Focus


TURNING POINT
The predominance of brain dominance
On the threshold of a new academic year, parents and students are again confronted by the dilemma of career choices. But insights from neurological and behavioural sciences can help you make an appropriate choice…


Environment

Planet of the ants
In the lush interiors of the Corcovado National Park in Costa Rica, the forest floor is covered by ant colonies whose survival plays a key role in the fragile ecological balance of the forest.

Call of the Tiger
The dwindling tiger population in the Ranthambore reserves are a wake up call for the preservation of the species. But, is experimentation with the gene pool the wisest choice, asks R.N.MEHROTRA


Columns


By Suchitra Behal
In passing...

BAREFOOT
By Harsh Mander
Humanising mental hospitals

MEDIA MATTERS
By Sevanti Ninan
Northeast in the news again

GOURMET FILES
By Vasundhara Chauhan
Unsung hero of the kitchen



Health


DOC TALK
Stylish, but dangerous
Learn more about the connection between high heels and your knees.


HEALTHWATCH
The good, the bad and the ugly
You tend to hear a lot about cholesterol: HDL, LDL, VLDL. But what actually does all of it mean? Read on…


Books

Flowering landscapes
Ancient Tamil literature reveals the close bond that poets had with nature.


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