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Sunday, October 28, 2001
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Never a good war or a bad peace
A search for alternatives to hate
Even as war cries are being raised, all around the U.S., more people than ever before are asking why it is that so many seem to hate the country. Disbelief is giving way to a desire for knowledge, says LATA MANI. This is the setting within which a pro-peace and pro-justice movement is gathering force. More
MUSINGS : The show must go on
ISSUES : Canonising crime
Saluting acts of collective bravery
The ten-part serial 'Band of Brothers', produced by Steven Spielberg, is for those who like to watch action on the battlefront. The series, the most expensive ever made, begins tomorrow on HBO. More
Cancer: clearing the air
Early detection of cancer can help assess whether other members in the person's family are at risk. A guide.
What is hereditary cancer?
It refers to the occurence of cancers in a family due to the passing of abnormal genes from one generation to the other. More
By Laurie Baum
The week ahead
What is visha kanya yoga and what are its effects?
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