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Sunday, September 01, 2002
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Gujarat: a citizen's perspective
Crime against women: Violence within and without
Even as crimes against women are on the rise, the number of policewomen available to tackle these cases is woefully inadequate. A comment by TEJDEEP KAUR MENON.
Fighting for tolerance
Each attempt at restoring normality after violence is like fire fighting. But why do we wait until the fire has broken out? We must stop the one who lights the flames, writes MOHINI GIRI.
Private faces in public places
Politicians are canny performers, especially on television. AMITA MALIK looks at who's the best.
IT was siesta time, in a rest house on the banks of the Cauvery. The silence of the afternoon was punctuated by the bell-like, fluid calls of a bee-eater. Not the usual chatter, but notes sounded at regular intervals. My young friend Sri Kantha, ...
Singing from the outside
Moushumi Bhowmick's songs are born of her experiences and her sense of being the outsider everywhere. But she refuses to compromise for the sake of commercial success. RUPALI GHOSH talks to the singer.
Canvases of harmony
In an earlier period, while guns, barbed-wire tensions, and politics appeared in S.G. Vasudev's paintings, today he is more at peace, says UMA MAHADEVAN-DASGUPTA. An exhibition of his new works, already on show at the Sakshi Gallery, Bangalore, will open in Mumbai on September 7.
Diatribe or art?
`Documenta II' at Kassel, Germany, may be viewed as something of a harbinger of art in the 21st Century. The dominant issue that runs through the exhibition is one of human displacement, writes GAYATRI SINHA.
A cult called fusion
Fusion music means different things to various people but it is here to stay. RONITA TORCATO details Durga Jasraj's plans to popularise this genre.
Karnataka a trekkers' paradise
An element of surprise and large stretches of wilderness are what makes trekking in this State so unique. R. LAKSHMI explores the varied trails.
Taking care of newborns, hypertension and neuralgia are the main focus of this month's queries. Our panel of doctors offers advice and suggestions to specific questions.
Networking in a nutshell
I WAS standing in line at Kinko's Print Shop on a Sunday afternoon when I couldn't help but glance at the paperwork of the gentleman ahead of me: "Minnesota Hospice Organisation Annual Convention." "Excuse me, sir," I started, "I couldn't help ...
By Laurie Baum
The week ahead
How can propitiation of afflicted and transitorily harmful planets, bring benefit?
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