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Sunday, October 27, 2002
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The winner takes it all
Handcuffed to history
Midnight's Children, widely regarded as a contemporary literary masterpiece, is to be adapted for the stage in a collaborative effort between the Royal Shakespeare Company, London, and two American universities. SHIRAZ SIDHVA takes a look at what's happening.
A work of magic realism
A satisfying book with a meditative twist on storytelling ... MUKUND PADMANABHAN on the Life of Pi that won the Man Booker Prize.
Of dark clouds and silver linings
If the tense peace that prevailed in Gujarat after the attack on the Akshardham temple is a sign of better times to come, perhaps the present illusion of normality will become reality sooner rather than later. However, considerable anger and animosity, fear and insecurity remain just under the surface of daily life, says AMMU JOSEPH.
Foot soldiers of freedom
Call it `Freedom Village' for at the height of the struggle for independence, Panimara, in Orissa, sent out a number of its residents to do battle against the British. Even in prison, a few tried to ensure a rebellion ... . Those veterans who survive now fight for the rights of others, says award-winning journalist P. SAINATH in the conclusion of a two-part article.
A servant of God
Mother Mary of the Passion, who was beatified on October 20, followed St. Francis of Assissi's evangelical spirit of simplicity, poverty and chastity. She was the founder of the Franciscan Missionaries of Mary in India.
Listening to J. Krishnamurti
J. Krishnamurti was one of the foremost religious thinkers of the 20th Century. Thanks to technology, his teachings are available to us in their pristine form, in CD, audio and videotapes. This gives future generations the opportunity to hear and see the Teacher in the original and also access those perennial solutions to fundamental human problems, writes S. RAMACHANDER.
The Visual Art Gallery, Delhi, recently played host to a different kind of show. ALKA PANDE explores how the Kashmiri shawl formed a part of the theme of Jonathan Faiers' `video art'.
By Laurie Baum
The week ahead
I was born at 2 a.m. on April 5, 1956 at Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia). What is my Rasi? For almost 10 years I have not done well. Is a beneficial change likely?
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