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Sunday, June 16, 2002
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The Empire strikes back
Where hate never dies
When `Lagaan' failed to make it at the Oscars, one wondered how good its rival film was. TIMERI MURARI writes on what made `No Man's Land' worth the award.
In an interview with CHITRA MAHESH, Alarmel Valli speaks about her beliefs, dance and what makes her the person she is.
The score of originality?
'Bombay Dreams' is the only new musical of London's 2002 season, opening at the Apollo Victoria Theatre on June 19. RONITA TORCATO on what is at stake.
Pigments of expression
In some ways, the titles of artist Babu Eshwar Prasad's works `negotiate' with the paintings to create a tension in the overall reading of his work, says G. RAGHAV.
Spring of myriad hues
The 55th edition of the Cannes International Film Festival at the French Riviera had its share of glitz and glamour. While India's `Devdas' was an eyesore, there were other entries that were certainly worthwhile. GAUTAMAN BHASKARAN reports.
It is not easy to talk to a playwright about an unseen, unread play. But, in an e-mail interview with GOWRI RAMNARAYAN,Girish Karnad answers queries about `Bali,' premiered in its English version by the Leicester Haymarket Theatre, U.K., recently.
Don't give up the ship
A holiday at sea has metamorphosed into a splendid travel opportunity for a cross-section of people, says SUMITRA SENAPATY.
Reviving Sakha and his vanishing culture
Overlook Sakhaland's artificiality and you are promised an exciting experience ... a true Zulu experience, writes K.V. KRISHNASWAMY.
Fit, fitter, fittest
A round-up of what moves are keeping the very fit even fitter. Noted fitness expert PEG JORDAN writes.
ASK THE DOC
Focus on the eye
Problems of the eye and the intestinal tract dominate this month's column. Our panel of doctors offers its advice and suggestions.
THE microwave oven came as a lucky stroke to many. Gone were the long messy hours in the kitchen, as also ugly grease marks that clung to the sooty kitchen walls. But adapting this super oven to Indian cooking was not that easy. Unlike cooking ...
By Laurie Baum
The week ahead
I am a native of Meena Lagna and Dhanur Rasi. What is my Indu lagna? What are the astral predictions based on Indu lagna?
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