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Sunday, November 21, 2004
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Icon of the Palestinian cause
Dream of a theatre
It is Bangalore's first state-of-the-art dedicated theatre, and at its heart lies the story of an indomitable spirit called Arundhati Nag. ADITI DE on what `Ranga Shankara' will mean to the city's cultural life.
Where musicians converge
The World Music Institute, now 20 years old, makes it easy for New Yorkers to listen to the world without leaving town. LAKSHMI VISHWANTHAN talks to its founder, Robert H. Browning.
Dance of the masters
Dance, being a dynamic art, incorporates influences from many places. SUNIL KOTHARI writes of the growth of Kathak in the U.S.
Break the silence
Violence against women is a brutal reality in many parts of India. ADITI KAPOOR writes about grassroots campaigns in Bundelkhand and stresses the need for politicians to wake up to this issue.
Down and under
Not all migrants to Australia find the life of their dreams. MAYA RANGANATHAN talks about some of the problems they face.
If the Thattekkad Bird Sanctuary is a popular bird watching destination, it is due to the efforts of one man. K. PRADEEP profiles K.V. Eldhose.
The Proteas are back
The Men in Blue have to pull up their socks, given their poor form of late, as the visiting South Africans have sounded the battle cry, says VIJAY LOKAPALLY, in a perspective of Indo-South African cricketing ties.
The city for bipeds
It's a city that retains a small-town feel. Seagulls flying over the market square, 19th Century architecture and waterways, and surely one of the top contenders for the most biped-friendly city in the world, says ASHISH KOTHARI.
Magical coastal town
Historic buildings, a sheltered harbour, the sea air and the sun on the river make it a fine place to relax. Add to this fine restaurants and cafes and an abundance of wildlife, and Port Fairy is a charmer, says SABITA RADHAKRISHNA.
Props that bear the load
Legs are an amazing outcome of evolution. The marvel becomes obvious when one comes across deformities or degeneration of joints. GOUTAM GHOSH writes about correcting such deformities.
Boy born in Chingleput on October1, 1980. Makara lagna and Mithuna rasi. He has completed his engineering last year. He is running guru dasa, which ends by July 2005. When he will get a job and get married?
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