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Threads of identity
Then and now
Gandhiji's march to Dandi was the beginning of the end for the British. What did the recent 75th anniversary march achieve?
Search for understanding
Filmmaker Sudhir Mishra's latest "Hazaaron Khwaishen Aisi" follows the path of his earlier hard-hitting and realistic films. Here he talks about the making of this `difficult film'.
ONCE in a while, a film comes along that tries to make a difference. A difference in our sterile and pathetic attempts at cinematic expression that emerge from a world that triumphantly calls itself Bollywood and wears the tag almost as a badge ...
Formal art or science?
In his exhibition, `Blind Bulb etc.', shown at Mumbai's Sakshi Gallery recently, Sunil Gawde opens out a new territory for himself.
India on the ramp
It is not just Singapore, and its recent fashion festival, that is so excited by the Indian influence in designer wear. Fashion houses across the world are gradually drawing more inspiration from India.
Exploring a world of narrative
Daksha Sheth's "Postcards From God" showed the rough edges of the first shows. But it is clearly a work in progress.
No specs or lenses
With realistic expectations and informed decisions, LASIK can help reduce dependence on spectacles or contact lenses.
Question of control
Children with spinal defects may also suffer from incontinence.
AN exciting era in medical imaging has started with the introduction of PET-CT. This state of the art machine combines advanced metabolic imaging with high-resolution rapid anatomic imaging. PET has been widely accepted by oncologists worldwide ...
Cricket and pure champagne
Written with rare flair and a wonderful knowledge of the game, Rahul Bhattacharya's book is a display of high performance under pressure.
Gendered laugh lines
`Maya even converts pathos into satire. She is able to look at life, take it as it is, then give it a twist,' says C.S. Lakshmi of Maya Kamath's cartoons, which she has compiled into a book.
A book that every craft lover should have.
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