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Women continue to be target of atrocities that take various forms. Though we have laws, their implementation leaves a lot to be desired, says DR. ELIZABETH MENON.
INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY: A 100 YEARS OF CELEBRATING WOMANHOOD
Techies all and loving it
What is it like for women working in a sunrise sector like IT? Here, five women who have made it big talk to GEETA PADMANABHAN on how they balance priorities.
Nari Nari, quite contrary…
Indu Balachandran sheds some light around that eternal question: What do women really want?
A melody called Kishori
This is a monologue from the diary of SANDHYA GOKHALE who, with actor-director Amol Palekar, hosted a felicitation recently in Pune to honour Kishori Amonkar in her 80th year.
More fitness myths debunked
When and what to eat; when to work out; which work out for a particular age... there are so many myths in the fitness world. DR. SHEELA NAMBIAR tells you what's right and what's not.
Can my knee be replaced?
DR. JITENDRA MAHESHWARI dispels some of the myths surrounding knee replacement surgery.
Balance in every way
Did you think yoga was just a set of boring asanas? Not so, says yoga practitioner and teacher Samanta Duggal. Here's what she has to say...
Call of the wild
Kenya, known for its sanctuaries, reminds us of the few untouched places that solely belong to the fauna.
It's carnival time
Floats, masquerades, parades in Venice and themed dance groups in Nice; it's celebration time just before Lent.
Make food security a right
Concerned over the food situation in India, a group of youngsters met Parliamentarians to share their views of the proposed National Food Security Act. SIMI CHACKO and RIA SINGH SAWHNEY relate how they were received.
A community effort
When both police and people make a genuine effort to communicate, public consultation meetings turn out to be particularly fruitful.
6 FOR A CAUSE
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She redefined the C word
To mark the centenary of International Women's Day, The Hindu Sunday Magazine will feature remarkable Indian women from various walks of life who have made a difference to society by their work. We begin this year-long series by saluting Dr. V. Shanta, a recipient of the Ramon Magsaysay award in 2005, for her service to cancer patients.
For that power-packed look
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