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Sunday, January 16, 2005
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One Man's Ooty
TILL the magician entered, it was one of those quiet dinners. The patrons were mostly families with children and muted conversation was about the only noise. The restaurant never had a band or loud dancing. Conservative families who wanted a ...
A legend speaks
Pandit Jasraj, the legendary exponent of Hindustani music, was in Puri recently for the 35th Bhajan Smaroh. He spoke to H. BALAKRISHNAN about his life and his music. Excerpts:
An exhibition of art cartoons in Kolkata recently had the viewer admiring sardonic mockery and intelligent irony, tempered by nostalgia and the sheer charm of this art form, says NEHA PRASAD.
A sea change
It seems just a matter of chance that one survived the tsunami, says SUMITRA M. GAUTAMA, asking herself what will make life meaningful at the moment.
On the beach
Tsunamis are non-negotiable natural facts, but for the cultural apparatus that is required to deal with them, we must draw upon our own people, says SUSAN VISVANATHAN.
Dream gone wrong
"White Flying" is creating complex social problems particularly in the erstwhile industrial towns of the Midwest States. LUV PURI examines the phenomenon as seen in Detroit.
We, the viewers
How we reacted to "Swades" showed us up for the people we are, says SHEILA KUMAR
A shutterbug in Varanasi
Varanasi is a photographer's delight, but it can also be a nightmare if you are unprepared, says T. S. NAGARAJAN.
There is a need to relook at the focus, policies and values of bio-diversity conservation, says SANJAY GUBBI.
When most sporting institutions have adopted professional and specialised ways of functioning, some still continue to run autonomously, writes N.U. ABILASH.
Care for your teeth
Dr. S. PRIYA writes about the causes for and treatment of periodontal disease.
Vertigo and earthquakes
Why do people feel dizzy after an earthquake? Dr. MOHAN KAMESWARAN explains.
FROM time immemorial, oral hygiene has always been an integral part of body care. Although considered to be the hardest substance in the human body, the tooth is frequently associated with pain. One of the primary causes of dental pain is ...
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