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Sunday, February 15, 2004
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Enemies of cultural freedom
The misunderstood painter
The last time I saw him was in a crowded room, managing just a glimpse of one of the world's most celebrated artists. But this time round, I am with him, alone. Tall, abnormally upright for an 88-year old man, not the most genial, a trifle too ...
A weekend television series on "Lost Temples of India" prompted VIJAYSHREE VENKATRAMAN to actually look around to see if the temples were still there.
Aim for change
Civil society initiatives are encouraging people's participation at the grassroots. SHYAMALA SHIVESHWARKAR assesses their impact on India's poorest districts.
Vision from Periyar
... and SUJATHA PADMANABHAN looks at this premier tiger reserve in Kerala where community involvement and conservation go hand in hand.
FACE TO FACE
At home in the Amazon
It took British wildlife filmmaker, Nick Gordon, 10 years to make his award winning: Jaguar: Eater of Souls about the Matis Indians. He tells TISHANI DOSHI, how the Brazilian rainforest changed him.
Why Austria loves its genius
Mozart magic still holds Salzburg in thrall, says MAHALAKSHMI MAHADEVAN.
Story of the thumb
How important is the thumb to the hand? Dr. S. RAJA SABAPATHY and Dr. SANDEEP J. SEBASTIAN tell us the ...
How is "Indu" Lagna worked out?
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