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Sunday, November 10, 2002
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Awaken your seventh sense
A lost childhood
Unorganised, unaware of their rights and underpaid, child domestic workers slog it out for many hours every day. Is there light at the end of their tunnel, asks SHWETHA E. GEORGE.
How many roads must a doctor walk down before becoming a healer? KAVERY NAMBISAN, from her acquaintance with an ayurvedic physician, a homoeopath and a yogacharya, suggests that healing as different from treatment need not always stem from the magic letters MBBS.
The making of music
The bond between a musician and his instrument is very special. The demands of the New Age are impacting this relationship in new ways. LEELA VENKATARAMAN explores this evolving area.
An eternal shame
Dachau, where Adolf Hitler had located the first of his obnoxious concentration camps, may not exist, but its remnants stand testimony to the beastly brutality and sadism that marked the Nazi era, says K.V. KRISHNASWAMY.
Nobel Peaced together
"I had tried hard, attempted the right things, was not always successful ... I never was able to convince the American people that I was a forceful and strong leader." That is how Jimmy Carter summed up his presidency (1977-81) in retrospect. Elected to the highest post in the U.S. during the national furore over U S intervention in Vietnam, Carter prioritised human rights over aggression, dialogues over militancy, cancelled some weapons systems, and became known as the President "who never sent a U.S. soldier into war". He may be best remembered for coaxing Egyptian President Anwar Sadat and the Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin to sign a historic peace accord at Camp David. But Carter was no hero to his people. Not only was he accused
The years are short, the days are long
India's grey population was the theme of `Ageless Mind and Spirit ... '. ALKA PANDE reviews this creation of Samar and Vijay S. Jodha, at a recent exhibition in Delhi.
One piano only
As the evening in Bangalore came to an end, MUKUND PADMANABHAN couldn't help feeling the really remarkable thing about Elton John is that he is still doing what he knows best ... making music.
Change with a capital C
CHANDU NAIR reviews S. Ramchander's book, which shows how innovation is necessary for businesses to survive and prosper.
It's brunch time
WE look forward to weekends and holidays, and get-togethers with family and friends. On such occasions, the time between breakfast and lunch is perfect for a brunch party. Here are a few recipes. Corn mini idlis (Makes 50 ...
By Laurie Baum
The week ahead
How should the planets be placed in a horoscope for Samudra Yoga, and what are the benefits ?
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