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Between Truth and History
Peace and the new corporate liberation theology
`Today it is not merely justice itself, but the idea of justice that is under attack. Iraq is the logical culmination of the process of corporate globalisation in which neo-colonialism and neo-liberalism have fused. Most people in the world are trapped between the horror of a putative peace and the terror of war. As Howard Zinn put it: You Can't Be Neutral on a Moving Train.' We publish here the text of ARUNDHATI ROY's acceptance speech of the Sydney Peace Prize.
Danger at home
You worry about rising pollution levels and think you are safe at home. But have you heard of Indoor Air Pollution? ARUNA CHANDARAJU writes about IAP and what can be done to combat it.
The heroes who shaped early 20th Century American thought were mostly men of great strength, if very little subtlety _ a tradition that continued with their comic heroes. TIMERI N. MURARI comments on America's ...
Defender of lost causes
Involved in many sensational cases and a champion of liberty, D.N. Pritt was the original crusading barrister. A profile by RANDOR GUY.
RANJIT LAL writes of the ups and downs of lugging around a pacemaker "embedded" in his chest.
Romancing the camera
G.G. Welling is more than a shop. It is a stopping point for photography enthusiasts, amateur and otherwise, writes SHRUTI PARTHASARATHY.
Things to do in Sri Lanka
What takes your fancy? Beaches? Culture? Ruins? R.K. RADHAKRISHNAN looks at the country's fabled delights.
Sleep like a baby
Having trouble getting restful sleep at night? Dr. N. RAMAKRISHNAN writes about overcoming this problem.
SNORING is no longer a laughing matter. In addition to posing a strain on relationships, it can also indicate a possibly dangerous and life-threatening disease. Snoring means obstructive breathing and its most exaggerated form in obstructive ...
The book that didn't win
Cloud Atlas may have failed to win the Booker Prize list, but no recent novel matches it in terms of scale, ambition or architectural complexity, says MUKUND PADMANABHAN.
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