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Sunday, July 28, 2002
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THE "Sacred Treasures of Mount Koya: The Art of Japanese Shingon Buddhism" is a major exhibition of rare cultural treasures from Mount Koya. For the first time these treasures will be shown outside of Japan. The Honolulu Academy of Arts will be ...
These are no revolutionaries
Behind the doubt that Islamic fundamentalists, Hindutva supporters and national socialists try to express in different ways lies the reality of a world in flux ... a world in which all that is solid melts into air, says TABISH KHAIR.
Changing tides of time
Old women, especially widows, have suffered ridicule over the years. But, by empowering them with self-sustaining skills, they can be made effective in nation building, says V. MOHINI GIRI.
Branding for a better life?
THE pristine Dangs, a tribal area in Gujarat on the western slopes of the Sahyadri ranges, shot into the limelight a few years ago and for all the wrong reasons. A communal face-off at its headquarters Ahwa had then snowballed ...
The collective psyche
Human groups seem to behave in a certain pattern, which either changes with time or collapses. But, have such differences made life better? P. RAGHU NANDAN talks about some warning signs.
The `Bend it like Beckham' girl
TIMERI N. MURARI recounts working with Parminder Nagra, the star of `Bend it like Beckham,' who played the lead role in his play `The Square Circle' at the Leicester Haymarket Theatre.
One in song and spirit
Singer-songwriter Lila Downs spans both sides of the Mexican-American border in her songs and her past.
The House of Mewar
The `Venice of the East' is home to one of the oldest dynasties in the world, says KAUSALYA SANTHANAM.
A visit to the Ethiopian towns of Axum, Lalibela and Gondar, reveals that the country has a rich and historical past. RATNA RAMCHANDANI writes.
Demystifying the prostate
Prostate enlargement is a problem that men may face as they grow older. Dr. S. DURAISAMY lists out the treatment options.
By Laurie Baum
The week ahead
How can debilitation of a planet get nullified?
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