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At the crossroads of identity
It is 150 years since the first boat carrying Indians arrived on the shores of South Africa. How do South African Indians view themselves today? KALPANA SHARMA finds out that while the older generation is torn between their multiple identities, the gen next knows where it really belongs…
Interview


PEOPLE
Heathrow moments
Dennis Stone, Heathrow's longest serving resident photographer, opens up about the airport's transformation and his images of celebs across the years. An exclusive e-mail interview.


Straddling two worlds
Author and surgeon Kavery Nambisan, in a free-wheeling chat, talks about her latest novel The Story That Must Not Be Told, her work and her concerns for the country.


Culture


CULTURE
Creative exuberance
The Park's New Festival in Chennai with its wide range of performances – from the serious to the entertaining – was an eye-opener to creative possibilities in the arts. While curator RANVIR SHAH who took the festival across the country, talks about some epiphanic moments, PARVATHI NAYAR and VITHAL RAJAN take one through the performances.

Into the privacy of grief
Preethi Athreya's stunning performance Sweet Sorrow left the audience shaken.


Travel


DESTINATION
Eat, pray and love in Rome
Earlier known to be sacred ground, the Piazzas have now transformed into a giant central stage which stands witness to public life that Rome represents..


Cinema


CINEMA
The multiplex myth
Dabangg has proved that while the multiplex has changed the economics of films, it doesn't necessarily provide an outlet for a more urbane brand of cinema…

Narratives of exclusion
Mainstream cinema has always tried to create a singular, gendered and coherent sensibility it needs to be commercially viable…


Columns


By Suchitra Behal
In Passing

MEDIA MATTERS
By By Sevanti Ninan
The season of scams

THE SHRINKING UNIVERSE
A cleanish slate

CAMBRIDGE LETTER
Increasing unease

BRIDGE
By L. Subramanian
Queen distracts



Lifestyle


STYLE
Total beauty regimen
As the iconic brand celebrates its centenary year, listen to what is considered an ideal skincare routine at Elizabeth Arden.


INDULGE
Luxury by design, eco-friendly by choice
A stay at Deogarh Mahal, Rajasthan, combines a fairytale setting, a royal lifestyle and care for the environment in a quiet way.


Health


HEALTHWATCH
Sail through menopause
Menopause does not mean the sun has set on your life. Here's how you can get through this tough time.

For a good night's sleep
Sleep apnea doesn't just disturb sleep; it affects one's health in various ways. But take heart; there are ways to deal with it.


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