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Sunday, March 07, 2004
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Have you read their script?
His reputation as a political pundit was soaring. But did it help AJIT DUARA become `chief gossip writer'?
Spotting the NRI
... but half of their money coming into India does not come as investment.
INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY
Spin yarns of success
Kalahandi in Orissa is known as the land of drought and starvation deaths. But the tribal women have literally spun their way out of abject poverty. BIBHUTI MISHRA examines the birth of Nuakala.
Protect the child
People are just beginning to accept that a problem like child abuse exists. SHALINI UMACHANDRAN talks to Andal Damodaran about the fight ahead.
Women on top
RUPA GOPAL profiles two women who have made a career out of their passion.
Forget history, think fun?
In the struggle to strike a balance between conservation and development, the catchphrase for the Andaman and Nicobar Islands is `high value, low volume', writes SURESH NAMBATH.
And the Oscar goes to ... .
In 2002, `Shrek' won accolades for being the `Best Animated feature film'. DEEPA KANDASWAMY speaks to Vanita Rangaraju-Ramanan, the movie's `Lighting Technical Director', and also the first Indian woman to bask in Oscar limelight.
FACE TO FACE
Does abstracting the classical make it contemporary? Dancer Aditi Mangaldas talks to ADITI DE about her experiments with Kathak.
Kalamandalam Gopi is one of the foremost exponents of an ancient art form. In a chat with K.K. GOPALAKRISHNAN, he opens up about his entry into the world of Kathakali.
Sounds of music
St. Xavier's, Mumbai, continues its tradition of a music festival in January despite a restricting court order. RONITA TORCATO looks at this year's fare.
Postcard from Egypt
... and no amount of reading or staring at pictures can prepare a visitor for the real thing, says GEETA VASUDEVAN.
Outlines of a past
Pre-historic art is of value as it shows mankind in its true dimension. G. CHANDRASEKARAN and K.T. GANDHIRAJAN visit a rock-art site in the Nilgiris.
AN evergreen tender and a twining perennial climber, the Jacquemontia violacea is widely grown in Asia and tropical America. It belongs to the Convolvulaceae family and the genus is named in honour of Victor Jacque Mont, a French ...
My daughter was born on March 4, 1972. Mithuna Lagna, Swathi. Kethu in 2, Moon in 5, Guru in 7, Rahu in 8, Sun in 9, Mercury in 10, Mars and Venus in 11, Saturn in 12. Her marriage is delayed. What are her marriage prospects ?
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