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Sunday, December 01, 2002
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The colonisers colonised
When school is fun
Tribal communities in rural Karnataka have found joy in learning thanks to the efforts of the Swami Vivekananda Youth Movement. R. KRISHNA KUMAR looks at how the change came about.
The mentally disabled require much care and patience. But many are not aware of the price extracted from the caregivers. A first-person account on the occasion of World Disability Day on December 3.
Images of hatred
Why is the United States hated everywhere? NITIN PADTE tries to find an answer.
Minimal lines, animated surfaces
About a decade ago, noted artist S.G. Vasudev began working on a series of drawings based on the poetry and translations of the late A.K. Ramanujan. In response, the poet had expressed a desire to see the results. But that was not to be _ he passed away in 1993. Vasudev now remembers the muse in his `Tribute to A.K. Ramanujan _ An Exhibition of Drawings by S.G. Vasudev', which is being held at the Nehru Centre, London, from December 2 to 5. Extracts from both Vasudev's essay on Ramanujan and a catalogue on another show of Vasudev's paintings currently on in Munich, Germany (November 19 - December 15).
The concerns of 24 minds
Do free thinking experiments beyond the studio space constitute art? ADITI DE reviews the Khoj 2002 International Artists' Workshop, which was held in Mysore recently.
Exciting themes but ...
The recent Film Festival in Kolkata framed unique subjects, but directors often seemed careless in their treatment, writes GAUTAMAN BHASKARAN.
Irregularities with the senses and their remedies are some of the problems dealt with in the column.
Well-being for all
Karpuravalli is a simple remedy for colds experienced by children.
Bombay, London New York seems written for all those able to recognise themselves in this autobiographical narrative of a young man who uses his own life to bridge the abyss that separates the East and the West, says MANJULA PADMANABHAN.
Inputs for agriculture
In a country, where agriculture is the major livelihood option, it is important that the sector grows fast. L.R.A. NARAYAN suggests that the use of satellite data may help.
AFTER 30 days of fasting and then having rich and wholesome non-vegetarian dishes for Ifethar, it's time for a change from the traditional Id lunch. Here are a few innovative and delicious vegetarian recipes to tickle the ...
By Laurie Baum
The week ahead
Is it true that if Jupiter aspects Kethu in a horoscope, the native will get rich either by hard work or by sheer luck?
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