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Thursday, August 19, 2004
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HEALTH AWARENESS is growing. But more Indians are taking up sedentary jobs or adopting consumerist lifestyles that raise health risks. Besides, many misconceptions remain. Doctor at Home is a public interest book suited to Indian conditions. The ...
The success of China in international sport is worth examining after Li Du's gold medal, writes ABHIJIT SEN GUPTA
Make way for Shubham Sharma, a champ in the making
Major Rathore is the first-ever winner at Olympics
Sailing to success
The performances at the recent National Laser Sailing Championships was creditable, writes A. JOSEPH ANTONY
Medals cannot be won at the Olympics overnight or by holding a camp for merely a month or two. A long-term planning of four to eight to twelve years is required ...
Check out jewellery designer Charuu Sharma's `polki' and `kundan' period collection
Sundays are for villages
The efforts by students to raise the quality of life in impoverished villages are admirable
A sign of respect
WHEN THE talk is about politicians taking the salute during the Independence Day or the Republic Day parades, the picture that comes to the mind is that of a lazy, clumsy salute, jamming all fingers into the forehead. But the Chief Minister, ...
The link in the chain
THERE SEEMS to be some connection between sensational offences and Hyderguda main road. On Monday night, two unidentified persons shot dead a pan shop owner, Ramakrishna, at his shop located on this road. The murder involving usage of firearms ...
THE HANGING of Dhananjoy Chatterjee for the rape and murder of a schoolgirl Hetal Parekh, 14 years after the passing of death sentence by a trial court at Kolkata in the early hours of last Saturday was a hotly debated issue in the last few days ...
No cable, go the DTH way...
NO CARTOONS, no soaps, no filmi song-and-dance sequences and no raunchy remixes. Save for news channels, television sets went blank yet again as the cable operators went on a strike, this time raising the issue of service tax. With the operators ...
Out of the Box
AMONG CHANNELS, ETV seems to maintain its edge as far as family drama is concerned. The channel has a packed schedule in the form of daily serials that keep the audience, particularly the women, glued to telly during evenings. ...
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