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The MoJos are here
Technology will again drive the way in which content is distributed and consumed in 2011 as the world shrinks to fit itself into the four-inch screen of a cell phone… SEVANTI NINAN
A healthy future?
Will universal health coverage become a reality in 2011? As public and private healthcare agencies get set to introduce and scale up operations, AARTI DHAR looks at what's in store in the health sector.
Getting on the virtual bridge
While films like “Peepli Live” and “Subramaniapuram” offer some hope of breaking new ground, Indian cinema has to radically reroute entertainment modes in the new year to resurrect itself K. HARIHARAN
The economy shows consistent signs of growth. The challenge in the new year is to make development more equitable and broad-based…
A NEW AWAKENING: SPORT
A few consolation prizes...
Perhaps in 2011, the new generation of sportspersons will scale greater heights, hopes SURESH MENON.
Through a digital crystal ball
Keeping aside that little space for surprises, a look at some of the ways in which technology and gadgets might impact your lives in 2011… SUBASH JEYAN
Rhythms of renewal
Efforts on global and local fronts have changed environment development like never before. Will the government, society and native communities work to sustain them in the new year?
THE GOOD LIFE: FASHION
Creativity goes wild
As we step into a brand new decade, check out the looks that will dominate the style statement.
A platter full of surprises
Top chefs tell SHARMILA CHAND what they think are the likely trends on the menu in the coming year.
The new tourist is Indian
If India wants to make it to the top 10 in the international tourism market then it will have to revamp its strategies and re-woo its tourists. in 2011, the need is to highlight the potential areas within the country and court the new tourist. Hugh and Colleen Gantzer
Where earth meets the sky
Toronto is every tourist's delight with its stark contrasting architecture, picturesque landmarks and its best spread of gourmet restaurants. Brinda Suri
JOURNEYS IN MUSIC
Decoding the gramaraga
Inscriptions in Kudimiyanmalai are testimony to the mingling of the Desi tradition with local music. T.M.KRISHNA traces the contours of the synthesis.
WELL BEING: EPICUREAN DILEMMAS
To eat or not to eat?
Food is all round us, each place with bigger portions and more variety than the last. But the current trend demands that we eat less. So what do we do?
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