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Sunday, October 20, 2002
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Foot soldiers of freedom
Ecological deficits: An economic toll
Some of the record economic prosperity of recent decades has come from the overexploitation of Nature, says LESTER R. BROWN.
Parenting: A balancing act
Children don't just grow up anymore. Parenting has become an exacting science, which one has to learn anew. Dr. PUSHPA LAKSHMAN looks at the tightrope that parents need to walk.
Gujarat: Of dark clouds and silver linings
While terrorist attacks and gaurav yatras hog the headlines, a number of processes are currently under way in Gujarat, signifying both good news and bad about the situation in the State today, says AMMU JOSEPH.
The healing touch
Dr. Sarada Menon has laboured for over 50 years to rehabilitate and reintegrate the mentally-ill into society. A profile by Dr. RADHA SHANKAR.
A forgotten patriot
Feroze Gandhi made a mark in politics at a comparatively young age. He was only 48 when he died on September 8, 1960. SATYA PRAKASH MALAVIYA pays tribute.
A language of visuals
`Ooruku Noor Per' is a stunning indictment of the death penalty. In translating the Tamil novel onto the screen, director Lenin has made an intense and powerful film, says S. THEODORE BASKARAN.
There were a few good movies at the New Delhi Festival, though the search was often arduous, writes GAUTAMAN BHASKARAN.
Royal vignettes: Jaipur: In touch with reality
The titles may be gone, the privileges no longer there, but to family members and staff, the scion of Jaipur is still His Royal Highness and very much a figure to be treated with awe. KAUSALYA SANTHANAM writes.
Crisp and clean Oslo
S. SATHYAMOORTHY visits a country that offers peace, tranquillity and serenity amidst modernity.
Wishing away the blues
It's time to take depression out of the closet of shame and embarrassment and explore the expanded number of treatment options available, writes noted fitness expert PEG JORDAN.
Baby by appointment
Though delivery by Caesarean section makes it safer and easier, it is still fraught with risks. It should not be performed for the surgeon's convenience or compensation or the patient's fancy or superstitions, says Dr. R. VEDAVALLI.
By Laurie Baum
The week ahead
Will a person born at midnight suffer the ill-effects of combustion of planets though the sun was not shining there at that time?
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