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Once my CITY
Ajdabiya, near Benghazi, was a metaphor for Libyan gentleness and kindness. It was also at the forefront of the resistance's fight for dignity and freedom. Is it still standing, wonders A.J. Thomas, back in India after being evacuated from the city as it came under attack. A first person account…


Under the shadow of discontent
It was an uncertain time for expats in Bahrain as the protest was brutally put down by the GCC armed forces, says D. RAVI.
Arts & Crafts


CREATIVITY
Spectacle by the sea
Sculpture by the Sea, an international exhibition at Cottlesloe beach near Perth, has succeeded in democratising art. It also proves that sculpture is best seen in the open air, its natural home, writes Mukund Padmanabhan.


ART INITIATIVE
Looking beyond… looking ahead
For Chennaiites, it was a wholesome experience. Art Chennai 2011, that brought together senior artists and emerging talent on one platform, had the city vibrating to its energy.


Interview


CONVERSATIONS
‘I am an obsessive word counter'
Five books in 12 years; 30 years of teaching English literature... Author Manju Kapur talks to her student NEHA DIXIT about her writing and how her time in college may have influenced her style.


Fitness


FITNESS MATTERS
The sports pyramid...
... helps develop not just fitness and strength but also build skills and character.


Essay


INSIGHT
In a new light
An exploration of Jiddu Krishnamurti's well-documented ‘transformational' experience that lead him to a state of god-intoxication.


Focus


IN THE NEWS
When two is too much
In China, tens of thousands of people face fines and lose their jobs every year for breaking family planning rules. This Beijing couple, chose to have a second child and challenge the “One-Child Policy”….


Columns

THE OTHER HALF
By Kalpana Sharma
If mothers and wives were paid

THE SHRINKING UNIVERSE
By Vijay Nagaswami
Stop that belly from aching

CAMBRIDGE LETTER
By Bill Kirkman
Vanishing sheen

THE POWER WOMEN - 5
By Geeta Padmanabhan
Her tryst with change

GOURMET FILES
By Vasundhara Chauhan
Keep the home fires burning



Lifestyle


INDULGE
Royally luxurious
Hotel Bayerischer Hof, a heritage hallmark in Munich, has few parallels in the world.


Health


CHILD HEALTH
Are pre-term babies nutrient sufficient?
Premature babies are born with insufficient nutrient stores. But there are ways to help them build their strength.


DOC TALK
Cheer on!
The cricket season can be hard on skin and hair, thanks to hair colours and face paints. Tips on how to cope as you cheer your favourite team.


EAT SMART
A ‘heart'y meal
Your lifestyle determines your heart's health. Here are some simple tips to help you keep your heart beating strongly.


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