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The triumph of anarchism
Noam Chomsky deserves the recent vote that ranks him as the most important intellectual today; a thinker who is an effective counterweight and an independent critic of the state. A comment.
Heritage

An elevating experience
He was far-sighted and liberal. A look at the art legacy of Antonio Moscheni, in Mangalore, on the occasion of the centenary of his passing.

Issues

Invisible at the top
Why aren't women making their presence felt at the senior managerial levels and top posts of public sector units?


Better managers?
Women manage in a way entirely different from the way men do. But are they better at it?
Open platform
Creating intelligent gender-based perceptions about information communication technologies will help speed up developmental goals.

Columns

LEVEL PLAYING FIELD
By By Mike Marqusee
In fighting fit
THE OTHER HALF
By By Kalpana Sharma
Stop the violence

CAMBRIDGELETTER
By By Bill Kirkman
The pension debate ... and a new archbishop



Sightings


  • Skying high
  • Directors cut
  • Learning from life

    People

    STAGECRAFT
    Theatre as a tactile experience
    SHE has directed over 55 plays with husband Nissar Allana designing the lights and stage. She lectures on theatre and stagecraft in American universities and runs the Dramatic Art and Design Academy, New Delhi, with him. But then, with theatre ...
    TRIBUTE
    Awesome simplicity
    It is a year since M.S. Subbulakshmi passed away but her legacy, of humility in success, continues to serve as an example for younger artistes.

    Lifestyle

    FASHION
    Red haute couture
    It was on the unusual catwalk of a waterborne battlecraft that some of the finest collections of two of Italy's celebrated fashion designers were showcased in Mumbai recently.
    SHORT STORY
    A crow's story
    Original Tamil Story by S. Vaidheeswaran; Translated by Lakshmi Venkatraman
    TIME-OUT
    Egypt's window to the world
    The Bibliotheca Alexandrina ... dedicated to recapturing the spirit of the original, it aspires to be a centre for learning, dialogue and understanding.

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  • Trouble with headache

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  • Golden age of Indian silver



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