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Sunday, February 08, 2004
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A false sheen?
Consider the lilies of the field
Here's a user-friendly book that introduces you to the world of wild flowers.
Conflict in the jungle
Just resettlement is a worthy solution to meet our conservation as well as social goals, says SANJAY GUBBI.
Hidden by hunger
It is not enough to attain food security. The need of the hour is to get to nutritional security, argues G.M. SUBBA RAO, while taking a second look at concepts like malnutrition and under-nutrition.
No hope, no future
Manual scavenging leaves an indelible scar on the psyche of many children. MARI MARCEL THEKAEKARA writes of the need to help them better their lives.
She lived her dream
Her death was tragic but her life was testimony to her fighting spirit. DEEPA KANDASWAMY remembers astronaut Kalpana Chawla.
Suraiyya's golden voice still rules the airwaves though the face behind it has been forgotten. V. GANGADHAR goes down memory lane.
The occasional sepias of autumn
In a departure from convention, the Pundole Art Gallery, Mumbai, recently celebrated five decades of Akbar Padamsee's career by mounting a major exhibition of his works on paper. RANJIT HOSKOTE comments.
The customer is queen
Women seem to be the target of all consumer oriented products. KANCHANA BANERJEE examines this trend.
Was the meeting between Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia and Jethro Tull really music without boundaries? UMA MAHADEVAN-DASGUPTA ponders over the question.
The 'lost and found' orchid
YOU might have heard that orchids are very beautiful flowers. Yes, they are not only beautiful, but are also very delicate. In nature, orchids are some of the plants that die first when sudden changes take place in the ...
With kidney diseases on the rise, Dr. ABI ABRAHAM suggests ways to control and prevent it.
Question of weight
Obesity is a growing problem and its consequences are far-reaching.
Ask the Doc...
My daughter's children, a son, 12, and a daughter, six, have severe Lamellar icthyosis of the skin. Is there any treatment to cure/improve their condition? There are no known cases in our families or my son-in-law's family. Dr. R. ...
Moon signs only speak of the Moon's position at the time of birth. Doesn't the birth time deserve greater reckoning in daily/weekly predictions?
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