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Sunday, January 05, 2003
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Judging the future by the past
PMO Diary I Prelude to the Emergency reveals that anticipating an adverse verdict on June 12, 1975, Indira Gandhi took a series of questionable steps. Most significantly, it explodes the lie that the Emergency became imperative after JP's appeal to the army and police to disobey government orders ... L.C. JAIN comments.
That casteism lives on in the Indian countryside is evident from an encounter that a team from the All India Democratic Women's Association had in a Tamil Nadu village. MYTHILI SIVARAMAN reports.
Exploring space in relationships
A Married Woman was recently released in Delhi. Published by IndiaInk, this is her second novel. The first, Difficult Daughters, was published to critical acclaim some years ago and received a Commonwealth Award. Manju Kapur teaches English ...
Telling women's stories
Shabnam Virmani's latest film on domestic violence is only one in a long line-up dealing with gender issues. KAUSALYA SANTHANAM talks to the filmmaker whose works deal with women's struggles at the grassroots level.
FACE TO FACE
Crusader from Philadelphia
Dr. George Willoughby, who was awarded the Jamnalal Bajaj Annual Award 2002, tells V. GANGADHAR why he soldiers on in the cause of peace.
Reena Saini Kallat's series of paintings, recently exhibited at the Sakshi Gallery, Bangalore, can be interpreted as a conversation between the visualities of fate and faith. But as an artist, her primary concern is in the status of the symbol in a charged political environment, says NANCY ADAJANIA.
Concert of many hues
The glamorous father-daughter duo, Pt. Ravi Shankar and Anoushka Shankar, performed in Kolkata last month in aid of a child health centre. ROMAIN MAITRA comments.
The backpacker at the Buddha-bar
Here is a world governed by the Lonely Planet Guide, slumber and lecture, where its members have been on the road for at least a year, and which ILIJA TROJANOW explores.
THE best flavours of the Mediterranean come alive in the food of Greece. Basically Greek food is simple and not unduly rich, and care is taken in its preparation. There are many recipes using tomatoes, egg plants, zucchini onion and potatoes ...
Problems in the heart
Cardiac and dermatological problems are dealt with this time.
By Laurie Baum
The week ahead
My son, Ranganath Krishna, was born in May 14, 1993 at 11.46 a. m, at Chennai. What is his Janma Nakshatra?
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