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Epic comeback
Sun, Sep 28, 2003

When Virasat, a folk festival, returned to Dehra Dun after a gap of over four years, it brought home not only national arts and traditions b...

Mad and Maternal
Sun, Aug 17, 2003

THERE is something about madness and mothers. It’s a recurring motif in literature, as obdurate as incurable madness. Years ago in his ...

The Mistresses of Masala
Sun, Jul 13, 2003

UNSMUDGED white and black are not always the colours of truth. For Preethi Nair it comes in free flowing, varying shades of white. In Nair&#...

German Drummer’s New Beat
Sun, Jun 29, 2003

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Capital Chromosome
Sun, Jun 15, 2003

Dehra DunIt's that time of the year when the summer rush on the slopes of Dehra Dun and Mussoorie is at peak. But the big bright metro that ...

Magic Broomsticks
Sun, May 25, 2003

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Waxing on the wane?
Fri, May 02, 2003

In the coming months, some of the fruits and vegetables at your neighbourhood store could lose some of their shine. The Centre is considerin...

War and its Pieces
Sun, Apr 20, 2003

IT’S an appropriate setting for a military tale told by an Anglo-Indian. A cemetery in the little cantonment town of Kasauli in the Him...

Witness in Salman case disappears
Fri, Apr 11, 2003

A day before Salman Khan returned from London, his name was being mentioned in a Jodhpur courtroom. The case this Wednesday was the one in w...

First wife, now exit the husband
Thu, Mar 27, 2003

After Mike Pandey’s film on a captured elephant in Chhattisgarh led to an uproar, with Parbati Barua having to pack her bags, it is her...

A diffident debate
Tue, Mar 25, 2003

It was a university that was once said to represent the aspirations, ideals and politics of Muslims in India. Today, in a polarised world th...

Historian’s murder: Mafia leaves fingerprints
Tue, Mar 18, 2003

More than a month after the murder of Dr Iqbal Ghani Khan, a reader in the Aligarh Muslim University’s history department, the whispers...

Uttaranchal water gets dash of toxin from a safety test
Tue, Mar 04, 2003

One of the country’s most popular water schemes, Swajal, has been questioned by a public interest litigation filed in the Uttaranchal H...

Karna Redux
Sun, Feb 16, 2003

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Watermills of Power
Sun, Feb 02, 2003

A WINDING dusty track that looks as if it leads to nowhere takes one from Dehra Dun to Dokwala. A hamlet of 12 families doesn’t merit a...

When Al Gore begins teaching journalism, it’s all off the record
Thu, Feb 08, 2001

NEW YORK, FEBRUARY 7: When the new teacher came to the Columbia School of Journalism on Tuesday, he waved to the students and the cheering...

No Census on the disabled from next year
Sun, Mar 05, 2000

NEW DELHI, MARCH 4: In 1981, the National Census put the figure of the disabled in India at 0.9 per cent. In 2001, the figure is likely to...

As DD celebrated millennium, PTV oozed concern for India’s awaam
Mon, Jan 03, 2000

NEW DELHI, JAN 1: There is one simple logic against banning PTV World: it is so absurd that seeing it is certainly not believing it. The h...

As DD celebrated millennium, PTV oozed concern for India’s awaam
Sun, Jan 02, 2000

NEW DELHI, JAN 1: There is one simple logic against banning PTV World: it is so absurd that seeing it is certainly not believing it. The h...

Over the Top
Fri, Nov 27, 1998

Robert Pettigrew, 67, grew up in Nottingham, surrounded by forests where the legendary Robin Hood ran free. And it is the same adventurous s...

First Person
Fri, Nov 13, 1998

She began with Bharatanatyam, branched off to Kuchipudi, and is now trying to figure out the intricacies of Vilasini Natyam, that obscure an...

Simply, A Cut Above The Rest
Sun, Mar 22, 1998

There is probably no personal tragedy greater than getting one's hair cut only to discover that it looks disastrous. To help you get the per...

Simply, A Cut Above The Rest
Sat, Mar 21, 1998

There is probably no personal tragedy greater than getting one's hair cut only to discover that it looks disastrous. To help you get the per...

Mystic minstrels
Sun, May 11, 1997

The country may be rocking to Daler Mehndi's foot-tapping bhangra rap, but Punjab is nostalgically recalling its tradition of romantic ball...

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