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Sunday, December 29, 2002
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Tragedy, ferment and revival
A dialogue ... of deeds
Given the ignorance that we entertain about each other's faith and the fast-degenerating communal situation, there is an urgent need to dispel the misunderstandings we have about one another, says Rev. VALSON THAMPU, as he points out that the issue of the Tamil Nadu anti-conversion Act was a lost opportunity to educate people on the meaning, scope and discipline of conversion.
The long and winding road
The umbrellas stood silently by themselves, watching as their owners worked busily in the fields. The late rains in Orissa in end-August 2002 brought a burst of activity. While the rest of us debated whether it had been the worst drought of the ...
There is no way to know how many millions of people Mother Teresa reached out to. Perhaps it does not matter. But there was great need in the world, and she was there, writes RUKMINI CHAWLA.
In a state of wonder
Connecting two diverse disciplines of Kathakali and theatre, Maya Rao has traversed a wide variety of roles from Desdemona to Ravana. She talks to LEELA VENKATARAMAN about her evolution as a performer.
Exercise induced asthma
If fitness training takes your breath away, you may be suffering from exercise-induced-asthma. Here's what you need to know, says ZAREER PATEL, a fitness expert.
A knotty problem
Dr. RAJAGOPALAN RAVI looks at venous diseases and their treatment.
By Laurie Baum
The week ahead
Some computer horoscopes mention Rasi Pinda, Graha Pinda and Sodya Pinda. How are those worked out to help in prediction?
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