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When Nature strikes back
The frequency of natural calamities has enhanced the need for disaster preparedness the world over ... .
Women are the victims of domestic violence but it also leaves a scar on the children, as shown by this documentary.
An unusual epic
As the daughter of a diplomat, Samhita Arni's schooldays involved constant moving. Since this made making friends tough, she took refuge in books. By the time she was eight, she had begun writing her version of the Mahabharata. Following epic ...
A storyteller on a mission
Parvathy Baul, a talented young exponent of Baul from West Bengal, talks about her little known musical tradition.
In pharaoh country
The Nile, ancient Luxor, the pyramids ... Egypt's scope is glorious.
An emotion called anger
Use anger as a source of change and make it powerless to affect you.
Bhagavathar an anecdote of the Seventies
Madurai Somasundaram now had the house to himself ... And a fully engrossed Bhagavathar keeping adi tala time with both palms ... .
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