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Sunday, June 02, 2002
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A Gandhian in Garhwal
It's verse Underground
This month, London tube travellers can look forward to a celebration of voices from five continents.
Watershed management: People matter
On the occasion of World Environment Day on June 5, M.S.S. VARADAN writes on the need for people's participation in successfully implementing watershed activities.
Hunters on the wing
When you hear the deep bass hooting of an owl, you can rest assured that all is well, says RANJIT LAL.
Gopal Menon's 21-minute brutally stark film on the post-Godhra violence in Gujarat has drawn various reactions. C.K. MEENA speaks to the film-maker.
In a visual culture that has become increasingly overrun by mass-media images, what role can the pictorial language of a distinguished painter like Badri Narayan play, asks RANJIT HOSKOTE.
Nazi into nationalism?
Nationalism and its varied aspects featured at the Canadian International Documentary Festival held recently in Toronto. Anand Patwardhan's "War and Peace" was received with warmth by the audience, says CHANDRA SIDDAN.
Although more women than men die of heart disease each year, many doctors still believe that women are, by and large, immune to cardiac problems. DR. RAJAGOPALAN RAVI clears the misconceptions.
EVERY cuisine has a pullao to be served on a special occasion. Rice can be as simple as steamed rice to a very elaborately prepared, richly flavoured and spiced biryani. Here is a recipe of a simplified version of vegetarian ...
By Laurie Baum
The week ahead
What features indicate Mangalya Dosha? What remedies are possible?
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