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Going potty over clay
You can cook your greens, gulp your water, and fry your fish in clay vessels, and you'll be guaranteed the flavour of yesteryears. Ethnic chic has made the potter a much sought-after figure in the middle-class home, writes CHARUMATHI SUPRAJA.
Heritage
A grand dream
This is the first of a 16-part series on Bangalore, which will culminate in several competitions including Quiz, Paint Your City, Photograph Your City, Treasure Hunt, and so on for The Hindu NIE participants.
Arts & Crafts
We need our voices, prejudices
The ongoing art mela at Lakshna Art Gallery leaves one reassured that individual expression will survive against all odds in this age of speeding technological advances that condense all types of expression to more or less some degree of uniformity. The show brings together the works of over 60 artists from various parts of South India.
Personality
A sane voice in an insane clime
A physicist-turned-peace activist, Prof. Juzar Bandukwala, who suffered like the rest of his community in Gujarat, has no words of bitterness. Do we need Hinduism or Hindutva, is his question.


See the moon tonight!
When Ustad Zia Mohiuddin Dagar asked Padmini K. Rao to go look at the moon, she unquestioningly did so. The next day he explained a musical nuance she will never forget...
Sport
KGA fairways look greener
The new office-bearers of the Karnataka Golf Association have grand plans to improve facilities at this elite club.
A memorable fare at BAC
It rained during the National Sub-Junior Aquatics competition. But the event was in no way a washout, what with nearly 600 contestants participating in the four-day champonship, and Karnataka swimmers raking in the medals.
Showbitz
'Antakshari' turns ten
IT WAS Gajendra Singh who, ten years ago, took a typical North Indian time-pass game like antakshari, so useful for the times when there are electricity breakdowns, and made it into a weekly high for Zee TV viewers. This programme, ...
MTV toasts the tippler
SANJAY LEELA BHANSALI and MTV have struck a deal for the Devdas countdown to be shown exclusively on the music channel. Eight times a day, two-minute specials on the film are being shown which have SRK, Madhuri and Aishwarya talk about ...
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