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Fostering human dignity and capability
An interview with Martha C. Nussbaum by NIRMALA LAKSHMAN
Generation with aspirations?
When you compare `Generation X' in North America with its Indian counterpart, the latter are basically rebels without a cause, says RABAB NAQVI.
Lessons from Utah
As the residents of Salt Lake City, Utah, struggle with the consequences of nuclear testing 50 years ago, LUV PURI looks at what it might teach nations aspiring to be nuclear powers.
An equation worth noting
With more than half of Mumbai's population living in slums and an inadequately staffed police force to match, slum policing may be the way out in helping to solve local disputes and petty crimes. MEENA MENON on a successful scheme in Mumbai.
A different style
In 1963, an unknown writer wrote a novel and sprang it on an unsuspecting Urdu-speaking world. It made him immortal. The novel was Udaas Naslein, its writer Abdullah Hussein. Born in Rawalpindi, raised in Gujarat, a small town near Lahore, ...
Though he has won plaudits as a filmmaker, MUZAFFAR ALI, the Raja of Kotwara, has many other engaging facets to his personality. He is a fashion designer of repute, a poet, a painter, a lover of Sufi music and a messiah for the people of ...
`I became more aware of my inadequacies as an actor.' Dhritiman Chaterji tells GOWRI RAMNARAYAN about his experiences with shooting for Sanjay Leela Bhansali's "Black".
`My work is post-colonial'
In the case of Indian art, it might be right to claim that Partha Mitter was the first person to challenge assumptions of art history and its proponents. A profile by SWAPNA SATHISH.
Celebration in Bundi
This small and rustic town, once the capital of one of the erstwhile princely states of Rajasthan, comes alive during its Kajli Teej festival. CHANDAN SEN explores its sights and sounds.
The `Marvel of Peru'
THE FOUR O'Clock Flower is also commonly known as the "Marvel of Peru"; Mirabilis jalapa is a tuberous rooted, small herbaceous shrub about 50 cm in height. The plant has smooth, shiny, oval leaves and tubular flowers. The showy part of ...
Height of splendour
Shenandoah National Park is a world of beauty that can renew and bring peace to the spirit, writes PADMINI DEVARAJAN.
No more headaches
Sinusitis is a common cause for headaches. Dr. SUNDHAR KRISHNAN writes about the latest techniques of dealing with the problem.
Surgery, the only way
Dr. Ramesh Babu Srinivasan explains the problems caused in children who have Undescended Testis.
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