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Sunday, December 22, 2002
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Rajaji's unknown collaborator
This year, in October, on one of her frequent visits to Thiruvannamalai, SUSAN VISWANATHAN tried `to find her level and fit there'.
The language of dance
"Open to the rhythms of life and the music of the universe..." RANVIR SHAH relates his impressions of Rina Schenfeld, Israel's first lady of dance, while the prima donna talks to CHITRA MAHESH about what keeps her going.
Today is Ramanujan's 115th birth anniversary. To mark the occasion, KRISHNASWAMI ALLADI describes the life and contributions of the British mathematician Hardy, and discusses his collaboration with Ramanujan.
A man for the common man
Nani Palkhivala, who died recently, was not just a legal luminary. He had an impressive record of public service, was known for his passionate advocacy of constitutional public causes and prolific authorship. But above all was his concern for his fellow-men, writes SRIRAM PANCHU .
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Land of the luminous star
As K.V. KRISHNAN had a last glance at the Bethlehem skyline with its array of modern buildings, he realised it was a scene far-removed from the milieu of that quiet night many centuries ago, as the Magi would have seen it.
Advances in technology can now help the aurally challenged to overcome the stigma associated with the use of hearing aids. A look at the latest developments.
Dearth of magical metaphors
I'VE always celebrated the creative starbursts that poetry unleashes on the receptive reader. Or even the individuality of definition that it allows for, by its very nature. Whether in the lyrical magnificence of a Gulzar or the word coinage of ...
By Laurie Baum
The week ahead
Is marriage between a man and a woman, both of whom are firstborns in their family not advisable according to any astrological rule?
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