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Grand legend
A woman of extraordinary talent and courage, Gangubai Hangal has kept her place in the male-dominated world of Hindustani music for almost a century, writes LAKSHMI VISWANATHAN.
Interview

IN THE NEWS
Free and `fear' elections?
TISHANI DOSHI discusses with Andrew Meldrum prime issues of the upcoming elections in Zimbabwe and the possibilities of change.

Issues

Long way to go
The extradition of Alan Waters, charged in a case of child abuse, is a beginning but much more needs to be done, writes MEENA MENON.

Focus

ISSUES
Lost, but found
The civil war in Sudan has displaced many children. JOSE M. KOCHUPARAMPIL talks to some of those who were lucky to escape and rebuild their lives.


SOCIETY
Big bucks, bare backs
Page 3 of a newspaper was once more than publicity for the elite. ZIYA US SALAM reflects on the change in the light of the film "Page 3".
LAHORE DIARY
Complex identities
VINAY GANESH SITAPATI records his impressions of Lahore's unique regional identity.

Environment

ECOWATCH
Trouble blooms
The flowering of bamboo forests in northeast India could set off a trail of famine and ecological havoc. AARTI DHAR looks at the issue.

Columns

PAST & PRESENT
By Ramachandra Guha
The Punjab crisis
THE SHASHI THAROOR COLUMN
Risen from the ashes

MEDIA MATTERS
By Sevanti Ninan
Exposes and stings
ASK THE DOC...
Pain in the bones



People

REFLECTIONS
His own space
He played everything from college student, to music guru to romantic hero, in a career that spanned nearly half a century. S.THEODORE BASKARAN looks at some of the best roles of Gemini Ganesan.
PERSONALITY
Moving images
`I believe in making films that identify the problem and offer practical solutions,' wildlife filmmaker Shekar Dattatri tells SHALINI UMACHANDRAN. `I believe in making films that identify the problem and offer practical solutions,' wildlife filmmaker Shekar Dattatri tells SHALINI UMACHANDRAN.

Lifestyle

ART
Pictorial vocabulary
K.G. Subramanyan, 81-year-old master of narrative-allegorical painting, is guru to generations of painters and sculptors. NANCY ADAJANIA reviews his recent works.

Health

HEALTHWATCH
Mobile menace
How safe is it to use mobile phones? Dr. U.S. SRINIVASAN tries to find out.

Literature

ESSAY
In search of the razor's edge
Grand adventure or tame travel? SAMANTH SUBRAMANIAN wonders if travel has lost its romance and charm.
Astrology


MOON SIGNS
By Khousikan


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Rishabha

Mithuna

Kataka

Simha

Kanya

Thula

Vrischika

Dhanus

Makara

Kumbha

Meena



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