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NIMHANS shows the way
An effusive warmth
VINAY GANESH SITAPATI worked as an intern in a Pakistani law firm recently. Along with his experiences as an Indian student, he explores the sights and sounds of Lahore.
No religious minority can possibly be ignored if Iraq is to see peace in the coming days, says SHELLEY WALIA.
SHASHI THAROOR's new collection of essays, Bookless in Baghdad, is, as is to be expected, wide ranging, extending from analyses of literary figures to impassioned defenses of Tharoor's own works, and from incisive short pieces on culture ...
Misery in the heights
Was it a disaster waiting to happen? Large-scale deforestation may have been a factor in the destruction caused by inclement weather in Jammu and Kashmir, says LUV PURI, looking at the plight of the Gujjar/Bakerwal community.
Temple of the tigers
The felines nod off in the warmth of the sunshine, oblivious to the incessant clicking of cameras and apprehensive touches of the visitors ... RATNA KAPUR writes about a unique abode in Thailand's jungles.
Dare to be different
With innovative illustrations and text, Anushka Ravishankar's Tiger on a Tree has won international acclaim. NIMI KURIAN talks to the author.
What's in a name?
The family name is important but it's his hard work that has got him into the limelight, Ayaan Ali Bangash tells NEETA LAL.
On centre stage
A DIRT track winds its way across Punjarasanthangal village, Kanchipuram district in Northern Tamil Nadu, to the half-constructed proscenium in the middle of seven acres of what were once probably fields. In early March, it is still `winter' ...
For art's sake
KAUSALYA SANTHANAM talks to Hanne M. de Bruin, who has devoted herself to the revitalisation of Kattaikuttu.
Dhabas of Amritsar
After a kulcha, crunchy with oodles of butter on the outside, attack the gulab jamun instead. Then, try a kebab ... . GUNVANTHI BALARAM on the ...
Secrets of Russian cooking
IN Russia, much has changed in recent years. But, fortunately, Russian cooking has remained the same. It remains rich and hospitable, and customarily preserves the age old traditions of natural cuisine. Here are recipes of various dishes, both meat and vegetarian.
It's spectacular below
Each formation leaves a visitor awe-struck. Every rock has a story to tell. SAVITHA GAUTAM on Patal Bhuvaneswar, in Uttaranchal.
A question of colour
It is a minor skin problem yet it is considered a social evil. Dr. G.R. RATNAVEL writes about treating vitiligo.
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