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Torn between Mom and Dad
When a marriage sours, it is the children who are affected the most. Torn apart, feeling guilty, children of broken homes cope with the trauma in different ways and the effects can be long-lasting. Counselling and love can hold out the hope of healing, says GEETA PADMANABHAN.



CHILDREN AND THE TRAUMA OF DIVORCE
‘Kids are not a bargaining chip'
Children can cope with traumatic realities of life like divorce, provided they are treated sensitively by both the parents.
Interview

‘My protests are conveyed through my music'
Having staged a live concert in China last month, folk icon Bob Dylan walks down memory lane during a telephonic chat with RANJAN DASGUPTA.


Theatre


THEATRE
The caravan goes on...
Nadira Zaheer Babbar's theatre group Ekjute has a repertoire of more than 75 artists. Its 30-year-journey is being commemorated with a travelling festival.


Culture


CULTURE
On a positive note
Three musicians have come together to start Shabda, an online hub on classical arts.


Fitness


FITNESS MATTERS
Listen to your body's signals
There's more to staying fit than exercising and eating right. Being aware of your body, or Body Intelligence, is a crucial component.


Personality


PEOPLE
Connections with the past
At the Homai Vyarawalla Retrospective in Bengaluru recently, KALA KRISHNAN RAMESH is struck by how these photographs of yesteryear come alive and speak to viewers in a future time.


Travel


UNWIND
Time stands still at Pangkor
This is truly an island of dreams; no wonder its visitors keep coming back for more.


TIME OUT
Footloose in the Nilgiris
An ecological hotspot, the Western Ghats still beckons those who are looking for off-beat trails. And as you ride up there, open up your senses and gear up to rediscover the Blue Mountains.


Arts & Crafts


AUCTION
Art worth owning
Come May 31, Sotheby's London will auction some of collector connoisseur Staurt Welch's prized collection of Indian art, to a discerning public.


Issues


CONSERVATION
Bamboo power
Mendha, in Gadchiroli, Maharashtra, becomes the first village in the country to exercise the community forest rights guaranteed in the Forest Rights Act, 2006. But it is not all smooth sailing, says MEENA MENON.


ENCOUNTERS
Trampled lives
Can we expect farmers to save wild animals, when we have no policy to protect them and their families, asks S. KANNAIYAN.


Columns

THE OTHER HALF
By Kalpana Sharma
Slaving for their dowry

THE SHRINKING UNIVERSE
By Vijay Nagaswami
Who's the boss?

LEVEL PLAYING FIELD
By Mike Marqusee
Continuity, not change

THE POWER WOMEN - 13
By R. Krithika
Hope for those on the brink

GOURMET FILES
By Vasundhara Chauhan
It's the real thing




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