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Sunday, November 02, 2003
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The legacy of Nehru
Living in her freedom
Liv Ullmann, the unforgettable face from Bergman's classics, now dons many hats - actress, director, writer and UNICEF ambassador. She tells GOWRI RAMNARAYAN what propels her to do the things she does.
Magic of Sophia Loren
Now acting in her 100th film, Sophia Loren still wows the cinema buff with her own special brand of charm, writes V.GANGADHAR.
When love spells death
In parts of North India, if two young people, especially from different communities, hope to build a life together, they are hunted down for daring to think that they can. It is a case of forbidden love with a gruesome end, often with the `blessings of the family', says ANJALI MODY.
Healing in Kashmir
BINA SARKAR ELLIAS talks to Mehbooba Mufti Muhammad, President, People's Democratic Party, on the slow return of peace in the strife-torn State.
Voice in the wilderness
Mentally ill destitute women are the most marginalised group among the disabled. DR. HIRAMALINI SESHADRI looks at efforts taken to rehabilitate them in the light of the National Consultation on the Bikawo Millennium Framework.
Inside Iraq: Reality check
In Baghdad, the anti-American sentiment is gaining ground, says RASHEEDA BHAGAT. But for some of the Iraqi intelligentsia, the coalition presence is `a necessary evil'.
A keen mind, a warm heart
Govind Swaminathan was a man of many parts - lawyer, social worker and sportsman. A tribute by HABIBULLAH BADSHA.
Window to Kabul
RUPALI GHOSH visits what is not just an eatery in Tokyo, but one determined man's way of introducing Afghanistan to Japan.
Festival of discovery
This year in New Delhi, directors whose works have hardly been known in India made the 11-day event memorable after several years of lacklustre fare, writes GAUTAMAN BHASKARAN.
Always the wrong number
AMITA MALIK recounts her experiences with the telephone system in the Capital.
A statuesque presence
Ramesh Kalkur places himself in a lineage of contemporary Indian artists who have addressed themselves to the cosmic image, which is taken out of the context of sacred art and literally `re-sourced', says NANCY ADAJANIA.
Are gemstones worn to counter evil effects or to enhance good effects?
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