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On the tracks ... of hope
An Indian in Shanghai
Hesistant metropolis or a strange land of bicycle avalanches? SMITA JAIN discovers a brand new China.
A recent event in Kolkata recreated the history of Indian women, interwoven with that of a nation. NEHA PRASAD comments.
Under the Buddha's benign gaze
The third `Kalinga Mahotsav', exclusively dedicated to martial dances, `harmonised the vigour of martial tradition with the sublimity of peace through the artistic medium of dance'. BIBHUTI MISHRA looks at what was on show.
In naxal heartland
SHUBHRANSHU CHOUDHARY goes deep into naxal territory. His story.
Abode of the vulture
Were they watching one of the last of the white backed species in India? SRIDEVI PILLAI visits the Chitalayam forests in Wayanad, Kerala.
MOMENTS IN HISTORY
The Vedaranyam Salt March led by Rajaji in April 1930, though less known, is comparable to Mahatma Gandhi's Dandi March. On the 75th Anniversary of the Salt March, LA. SU. RENGARAJAN looks back.
Love for language
Till the end, O.V. Vijayan held fast to his trust in language, in the ability of the word to render meaningful all that life held. KALA KRISHNAN RAMESH remembers the writer and cartoonist who died recently.
The last surviving representative of her generation of the Dhanammal family, T. Mukta carries her lineage lightly, says KIRANAVALI VIDYASANKAR.
Dream come true
U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales has created history as the first Hispanic to hold the post. His life has all the elements of the American Dream, writes RANDOR GUY.
Art, beyond borders
The recently concluded, major exhibition of art from Pakistan mounted in India, was a manifestation comprising more than 150 works. What did an Indian viewership expect from this show, asks NANCY ADAJANIA.
New food philosophy
A growing number of hotels and restaurants in the capital is now feting gastronomes with the new concept of custom cuisine, says NEETA LAL.
It was hard to believe that this was a historic outpost used by British, French and American troops, says SHALINI UMACHANDRAN.
Springing up out of nowhere is this tiered 15th Century Jain temple. MAYA JAYAPAL looks at the exquisite marble structure in the Aravallis.
Exercise to energise
Exercise promotes well being not just of the body but of the overall quality of one's life, writes Dr. V. GURUMOORTHY.
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