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A lifeline ... under siege
As the Yamuna's transformation seems imminent, there is need to carefully consider the connections between urban ambitions and river ecology, and the politics of remaking Delhi's land and waterscapes.
Spotlight

PERSPECTIVE
Must art be `Shanghaied'?
We must realign our vision of what the arts are and realise their potential.

Issues

Choosing action over apathy
Leaving behind the security of their homes and jobs, young non-resident Indians are working to change things in their home country. The Indicorps venture shows the way.


A beacon of hope
Initially a sanctuary for leprosy patients, Ashagram now addresses a range of healthcare issues in Madhya Pradesh.

Focus

Complete clean-up
What the Yamuna needs is a genuine clean-up that tackles its sewage and industrial effluent inflow.

Columns

PAST & PRESENT
By By Ramachandra Guha
The Mahatma: coping with loss
THE SHASHI THAROOR COLUMN
Kalyanikutty's Kerala

MEDIA MATTERS
By By Sevanti Ninan
Not much enlightenment
REFLECTIONS
By S. Ramachander
Perils of comparison

MUSINGS
By Rukmini Banerji
Nargis



People

INTERVIEW
She's a born storyteller
Novelist Bapsi Sidhwa talks about her writing, her best-known book about Partition and her latest one on Lahore.

Lifestyle

ART
Quest for liberation
Geetika Goyal's solo venture is an exploration of the man-woman relationship as a struggle.
CELEBRATIONS
The art of the matter
The Kerala Kalamandalam, which turns 75 on November 9, has played a major role in preserving and bringing classical arts to the masses.
THEATRE
A rich tapestry of women's stories
Women's issues raised in Vijay Tendulkar's plays continue to be relevant today.
DESTINATION
Swiss bliss in Zermatt
Growing in the Matterhorn's shadow, this quaint town has inherited some of the mountain's energetic spirit.
TIME-OUT
Goa original
Get a glimpse of its unique grandeur and authentic form ... in "Ancestral Goa".

Health

Soya all the way
Whether used as bean, tofu or oil, soya is acknowledged to be one of the most beneficial as well as nutritious foodgrain.

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