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Sunday, October 03, 2004
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The month-long Tendulkar Festival opens in New York tomorrow. A Lifetime Achievement Award for Tendulkar and a new play are some of the highlights of the festival, writes GOWRI RAMNARAYAN.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. A look at preventive measures and how to perform the breast self-examination.
English poet Sir Edward Arnold described it as `not a piece of architecture, as other buildings are, but the proud passions of an emperor's love wrought in living stones'. GAUTAMAN BHASKARAN on the Taj at 350 years.
A campaign that lost sheen
RONALD B. INDEN, professor of History at the University of Chicago, has been one of the foremost and widely quoted scholars on India. He has been a keen observer of developments in post-independent India, and is best known for ...
R. SUJATHA writes of how trekking in Nepal actually helps children of the hills.
Solely for science
Formed in 1917, the Bose Institute in Kolkata is a fitting reminder of the work of Sir J.C. Bose, writes NEHA PRASAD.
The icy Himalaya and the desert may perhaps be the only ecosystems absent in Tamil Nadu, which otherwise ensures a truly delightful experience, says P.J. SANJEEVA RAJ.
"Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge" is about being "Hindustani" but not in a jingoistic fashion. That is why, writes UMA MAHADEVAN-DASGUPTA, the film is still running to full houses after eight years.
Life of contemplation
Today, in an age when consumerism is lionised, few might consider the nun or monk as a role model. RONITA TORCATO looks at the lives of the Carmelite nuns in Mumbai.
They call the homestead Olavipe, `gift of the waves'. Set in the southern quarter of an isle off Kochi, the place is a lotus eater's delight, says SHEILA KUMAR.
A Kyoto sojourn
Once destroyed by fires and wars, Kyoto, Japan's seventh largest city, today combines the ancient with the modern, says MAYA NARASIMHAN.
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Advice and suggestions from our panel of doctors in response to readers' queries.
WHEN I picked up Frank from Madras airport, the first thing that struck me was his youthful appearance. I hadn't seen him in five years, and he was almost the same age as I was. Pushing 50. His once wispy hair had become fuller, his skin ...
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