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Sunday, October 10, 2004
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'India can learn from experience'
Where men and mountainscapes meet
Nicholas Roerich artist, philosopher, historian and writer settled down in India and founded an institute of research. Gradually, it turned into a repository of valuable materials. From that time too, the Himalayas became a dominant motif of his art. RAJNISH WATTAS on Roerich and his mountain abode.
Prince of ophthalmology
Here is a discovery that has to be made known to the ophthalmic community in India. Dr. S.S. BADRINATH, Dr. J. BISWAS and Dr. VASANTHI BADRINATH on Rajah Serfoji II, a royal prince and surgeon of Thanjavur who deserves a place in the world community of physicians.
The Buddha at Thanjavur
Temples have not only been centres of worship, but also venues for the expression of the creativity of the human spirit using a range of media ... . S. THEODORE BASKARAN explores the Big Temple.
Champion of the underdog
`He missed a century by a full run ... .' A.J. THOMAS pays tribute to Mulk Raj Anand.
`Send the child to school'
One year after you were awarded the Magsaysay, what do you see about your work? The award has given us a larger group of supporters. We needed the support of those who really matter in terms of policy, those in business, the media and ...
BIBHUTI MISHRA remembers Oriya poet Sachidananda Routray who died recently.
FACE TO FACE
Play to the gallery
IN a career spanning three decades, Lillete Dubey's oeuvre has ranged from being theatre artiste and director to television and Bollywood actress and now feature filmmaker. She has played the lead in theatrical work spanning Shakespeare, ...
If anyone is looking for material on Mumbai, Suketu Mehta is the man to contact. Hit men, lovers, gangsters, ordinary people all of these have confided in him. Many have come to regard him as their "friend". Mehta realises he has ...
"Troy" ignores questions about the morality of warfare and glosses over the pain and brutality of war, says ANAND MANIKUTTY.
Your next port of call?
Culturally rich and scenic, Malacca, or Melaka in Malay, is a state that holds something for everyone ... tourist, history buff or antique hunter, says RUPA GOPAL.
Whether your taste runs to Wordsworth, real ale or fell-walking, Grasmere is the right place to start from, says TISHANI DOSHI.
STROPHANTHUS GRATUS, popularly called the Climbing Oleander, is a spectacular climbing shrub native to the deciduous forests of tropical West Africa. The plant exudes a milky latex in/from its stems and leaves. It belongs to the Dogbane ...
Bust the stigma
There are many myths associated with mental illness that lead to patients being stigmatised and unable to seek professional help. Dr. S. MOHAN RAJ writes of the need to improve awareness on this issue.
World Arthritis Day on October 12 marks the beginning of a week to highlight the impact of arthritis. Dr. A.K. VENKATACHALAM writes about the benefits of articular cartilage surgery, which can halt the progress of limited cartilage damage to full-fledged osteo-arthritis.
I was born on July 8, 1977 at 8.30a.m. near Gooty. I am not able to achieve my ambitions in respect of job, marriage. Please suggest remedies if any. Also indicate my rasi and lagna.
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