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Forever gold
After a slump in 2009, gold is back in vogue and how… In spite of soaring prices, Indians are buying it like never before, both as jewellery and as an investment. SATHYA SARAN on India's obsession with the yellow metal…


Traditional and trendy
Gold has adapted rather well to changing design trends. The reason why it appeals to the old and the young alike…

Gold and the man
The Indian male may not like spending on gold but he definitely loves wearing it…
Arts & Crafts

A brush with fate
The famously neutral Swiss are involved, this time, in a transcontinental rescue mission to free a forgotten people. The works of great artists of India are on show till August 20 at the Museum Rietberg, Zurich.


Issues


THE WATER FUTURE
From bleak to blue
If water is to be freely and equitably available to everyone in the future, we need a new paradigm to address the challenges of resource constraint, government apathy and policy stalemate.


Focus


JOURNEYS
How Nahid Khan became Nahid Azad...
The story of a village girl who reinvented herself with the force of her will and a helping hand from her women's organisation.


HISTORY
Vignettes from an age of war
Maharaja Fateh Bahadur Sahi, a contemporary of Tipu Sultan, waged a guerrilla war against the British for about 30 years to oust them. His rebellion surpassed almost all uprisings before and after him. Remembering the obscure, but evergreen hero….


Columns

MEDIA MATTERS
By Sevanti Ninan
Partisan stances

BAREFOOT
By Harsh Mander
Another miracle of love

CAMBRIDGE LETTER
By Bill Kirkman
Changing landscape

THE POWER WOMEN - 12
By Abdul Latheef Naha
A movement of her own

BRIDGE
By L. Subramanian
A rare theme


By Suchitra Behal
In passing



Tribute


TRIBUTE
A life on the fringes
Badal Sircar was the last of his ilk: a true radical who questioned everything in his own unfathomable quest for meaning and justice within theatre.


Health


EATSMART
Jump-start your day
Wake up to the benefits of breakfast but choose the right foods.


WORLD SCHIZOPHRENIA DAY: MAY 24
Making sense of schizophrenia
Early detection, regular treatment and good family support play a crucial role in dealing with this problem.



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