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Reaching out beyond boundaries
Treasures from Russia
Russian icons were an important part of "RUSSIA!", an exhibition held by the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum of New York.
A world of sound
Whether playing the saxophone or the nadaswaram, teaching or collaborating with Indian musicians, Charlie Mariano's focus is music.
Shelter when darkness comes
A hospice in Kochi helps terminally ill cancer patients face their future without fear.
The colour purple
A dream drive through a gentle carpet of lilac... Australia's lavender farms beckon.
Decline of a parampara
With reference to Ustad Amjad Ali Khan's exclusive interiew (Magazine, January 8), the maestro correctly laments the decline of the guru-shisya parampara. Earlier there was state patronage but unfortunately the complexities of modern ...
Poignant and evocative
G.B. Prabhat has deftly dealt with the delicate subject of husband-wife relationship in "Remember me to one who lives there" (Magazine, January 8). The writer has convincingly shown that certain moments in the lives of ideal couples remain in ...
"And quiet flows the Narmada" by Meena Menon (Magazine, January 8) evaluates the two decade long Narmada Banchao Andolan struggle under the leadership of legendary Medha Patkar against big dams. Why can't we think in terms of small dams that ...
The ideal situation for investment in stocks and shares as explained by Ramachander in "Dizzy rise" (Magazine, January 8) has never been in existence during the past one year. No sane theories of investment can be extended to the stock market ...
Many ardent lovers of Sidney Sheldon would have been in search for a book or articles on the master storyteller whose thrillers have delighted his readers. Your review "Hide and tell" on the author's autobiography might have fulfilled the ...
The fitting obituary for Bhanumathi by V. Gangadhar "No stereotyping her" (Magazine, January 8) invokes nostalgic memories. Perhaps mention could have also been made of her entry into the film world in 1945 as a voluptuous vamp in the Telugu film ...
Living on the edge
The devastating earthquake that hit Gujarat five years ago showed one the many dimensions of our innate, if imperfect, humanity.
The true heroes
A look at the winners of the Sanctuary-ABN-AMRO awards honoured for their efforts in saving the environment.
Just a walk in the park
IF I didn't know any better, I could have sworn that she was off to a grand soiree. But then, it was 7.00 a.m. at Cubbon Park and there she was in her shimmering sari taking in the morning air. Around her was a motley crowd of walkers in attire ...
Leading by example
Rani Sathappan's two terms as panchayat president were not without hurdles but she managed to overcome them.
High flying chief
"Connectivity" is the buzz word in Jeh Wadia's no-frills, low-cost airline
Kalamandalam Hyderali, who died in a road accident recently, broke the religious barriers attached to Kathakali.
Connections across borders
A film that looks beyond Partition to approach the other on a more positive note.
Manage your asthma
Asthma can be quite dangerous if mismanaged. But it can be controlled if adequate precautions are taken.
A look into the lungs
Bronchoscopy is an excellent tool to diagnose lung diseases.
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