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Sunday, October 06, 2002
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The rise of terrorism and the global response
INDRAN AMRITHANAYAGAM looks at how `9/11' has become a slogan, a rallying cry and, more specifically, a catalyst for a poet.
A face in the crowd
During the Gujarat riots, newspapers carried an unforgettable image that of an anguished face. That photograph, somehow, touched a chord. Why, asks R.F. LAMBERT.
Partition's unresolved business
The premise to the partition of 1947 was to bring long lasting peace to the subcontinent. Instead, families found themselves spread over countries that used to be one and there were territorial conflicts especially over Kashmir. HARRIS KHALIQUE, a Kashmiri, talks of what this has meant to him.
Sept. 11: Creating history of a different kind
While September 11, 2001, is remembered for its violence, not many remember the same date in 1906, when Gandhiji first used the weapon of Satyagraha against the Natal Government. KAMLA CHOWDHRY contrasts the two.
The tiger trail
The camera-trapping method has become a reliable tool in estimating endangered animal populations, says SANJAY GUBBI.
A life beyond the lens
Be it a disturbing, yet spiritual journey, or eardrop jewellery stating its exclusiveness, the varied images from the lens of Prabuddha Das Gupta are bold and beautiful forays ... . Face-to-face, he comes across as an individual who prefers near-anonymity to celebrity life, says ADITI DE.
A model superstar?
The celebrated show Kaun Banega Crorepati is on its second run and ratings suggest that our appetite for the fare the effervescent Babu Moshai dishes out has not diminished. HARIHARAN CHANDRASHEKAR takes a look at this showman par excellence who kept millions of viewers glued to their TV sets five nights a week. The celebrated show Kaun Banega Crorepati is on its second run and ratings suggest that our appetite for the fare the effeverscent Babu Moshai dishes out has not diminished. HARIHARAN CHANDRASHEKAR takes a look at this showman par exellence who kept millions of viewrs glued to their TV sets five nights a week.
Faith or the lack of it?
`Signs' has close links with Tarkovsky's `Solaris'. Both look at fear and the unknown and man's interpretation of the two. So, is Shyamalan a Tarkovsky for the masses, asks VIVEK TANDON.
FLORIDA, the "Sunshine State" of the United States, is famous for its oranges and grape fruits. Besides the Florida Keys, the 150-mile long chain of tiny islands, or reefs that curve round the southern coast, is famous for its piquant limes, with ...
Cracking the myths
The ill-effects of all arthritic disorders can be minimised through early diagnosis, appropriate treatment, physiotherapy and lifestyle modification, says Dr. S. RAMAKRISHNAN. World Arthritis Day falls on October 12.
Blood donors unsung heroes
Blood donation is a safe procedure, says Dr. SARANYA NARAYAN, highlighting the issue of donor safety.
Uncertainties of a profession
Atul Gawande's compulsion to write the book under review arises from `not just unexpected turns that can result in medicine but also from concern with the larger uncertainties and dilemmas that underlie what we do.'
By Laurie Baum
The week ahead
For a native of Moola star, is it correct to regard Kethu Bhukthi in Guru Maha Dasa as indicator of Maraka?
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