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The joy of dissidence
The Woodstock Rock Festival transformed calamity into celebration by an act of imagination. Perhaps its message is worth examining, says SHELLEY WALIA.
Wizard of the willow
`Few Indian cricketers, or perhaps only a handful in the history of the game, have had such an enriching experience of encountering so many hurdles to overcome ... .'
Towards holistic healthcare
Excerpts from a series of conversations SHOBHA MENON had with Dr. B. Ramamurthi a few months before he passed away...
IN FIRST PERSON
In 1990, AMITA BAVISKAR went to live by the Narmada, a move that helped her unravel the double-edged politics of development. In 2003, she returned to Anjanvara her account.
Battle for Kudremukh
PRAVEEN BHARGAV and NIREN JAIN comment on the successful campaign against mining in the Kudremukh National Park.
She has one of those faces that leave you guessing about her nationality. And when she opens her mouth on stage, you would be even more intrigued, says KALPANA SHARMA of Sarah Jones.
Institution par excellence
Dr.B. Ramamurthi, BRM or Chief to friends and a pioneer neuroscientist of South Asia, was a man who realised that the future was now. Dr. K. GANAPATHY on what made the man special.
Flight of the golden oriole
Lata Mangeshkar might have become a part of the lives of three generations of listeners, but success did not come to her overnight. GOWRI RAMNARAYAN looks back at a marathon innings.
It's that time of the year again for us to speculate about who will get it and who won't. GAUTAMAN BHASKARAN on the probables this time around...
Tradition comes alive
The Sangeet Research Academy, Kolkata, has initiated a series of measures to revive the guru-shishya tradition.
SIKHS all over the world would be celebrating the 338th birth anniversary of Guru Gobind Singh, the 10th and last Sikh Guru, on January 5, 2004. Guru Gobin Singh was born in Patna, Bihar, on December 22, 1666 and passed away at Nanded, ...
A glimpse of heaven?
Stark brown mountains pierce the sky, their snow-capped peaks merging with the clouds, and the rarified atmosphere leaves you a little light headed. Welcome to Leh, says VINITA SIDHARTHA.
In the lap of the Cauvery
No modern gimmicks, no organised tours of fun it was just great. RUPA GOPAL unwraps the splendour of Coorg.
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The ageing eye
As we age, there is a possibility of reduced vision. A look at ARMD and treatment options.
Date of birth: 30.8.1975 at 8.30 a.m. at Nagpur. I am appearing for PG-MD/MS in January 2004. What are my prospects?
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