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Sunday, April 02, 2006
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The word and the sword
A vision for our arts
Something special is happening in Korea, in terms of the social and national vision in culture and the arts, which we in India can learn from.
Vanishing wall paintings
Neglect and insensitivity have taken their toll on the 17th century Nayak murals, spread across 35 temple sites in Tamil Nadu.
`I love theatre that has energy'
Tim Supple, whose unique theatrical production "A Midsummer Night's Dream" opens in India, loves reworking familiar classics and giving them a twist.
Her Master's Voice
Doyenne of the Kirana gharana, Gangubai Hangal speaks of the pains and pleasures of her musical journey.
Welcome to America
Loneliness can be a real problem for Indian students in America during the first few months. But help is at hand.
As a shutterbug who could "contribute fashion photos and stories from Paris one month, street gangs in Harlem the following month", Gordon Parks left his mark.
Vrooming tiger in Sepang
The Malaysian economy is on the rise again and it's on fabulous display at the annual Formula One Grand Prix.
Playing it by the moment, without planning, in Thailand, brings its own moments of discovery.
IN THE NEWS
Cracking the code
The Da Vinci Code, the movie is set to open soon. If it does not get entangled in the legal web over the book.
`To' or `Through' the Messiah?
How had I escaped without punishment?
A watered-down culture
With the World Water Forum just concluded in Mexico, the focus is again on water issues.
A sporting life
Sports is now serious business. How can one guide children to give of their best?
"Driving Holidays in the Himalayas is a series of books that endeavour to give the reader a glimpse of many exciting, exotic locales that can be easily accessed by road and hopes to provide enough insight to make your holiday a comfortable and ...
Fit for 50 + is a beginner-friendly fitness programme designed for men and women in middle age. People in their fifties are increasingly concerned about maintainign well being, lack of flexibility and the risks a lack of exercise brings ...
"The book is a delight for travellers and sightseers, venturing to isolated Buddhist sites in the mountains, perilously hanging from cliffs, resting on the banks of meandering rivers, buried deep inside ravines, or hiding away shyly in the caves ...
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