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Sunday, August 01, 2004
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New whispers in Silent Valley
Farms of the future
This year's Royal Show, an international agriculture fair, in the United Kingdom focussed on food production. G. SATYAMURTHY takes a look at its salient features.
A tale of three cities
India has realised its potential for tourism and what it means to the national economy. GOWRI RAMNARAYAN highlights the ideas generated by the Asia Urbs project in Pondicherry.
A sting in the conscience
Journalistic ethics, like the law, have to evolve in tune with the times, says VIJAY NAMBISAN.
Women's self-help groups are transforming the face of Tamil Nadu and strengthening the fabric of gender equity. Economic independence and managerial training have empowered the members, writes KAUSALYA SANTHANAM in the first of a three-part series.
Finding his own Space
Architect-photographer Romil Sheth is acutely intent in recreating a slice of the world through his lens. GEETA DOCTOR reviews his exhibition, `Explorations of the Familiar' that opened in Chennai and which will travel around the country.
To sir, with love
K. RAMACHANDRAN profiles noted educationist Kuruvila Jacob in his centenary year.
Mehmood was a comedian with an impeccable sense of timing. GAUTAMAN BHASKARAN remembers the actor who died recently.
Tea, like rice, is a way of life in China, says SHILPA PAI MIZAR.
Treat it fast
Why do children get urinary infection? Dr. RAMESH BABU SRINIVASAN writes about the causes and ways to prevent it.
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