Saturday, February 17, 2007

COLUMNS
THIS ABOVE ALL
SIGHT AND SOUND

STAMPED IMPRESSIONS

GOOD MOTORING
AUDIO SCAN
MUSIC ZONE

PUNJABI ANTENNA

WEBSIDE HUMOUR

FOR CHILDREN

CROSSWORD
RHYME TIME

ROOTS


Army’s fight against AIDS
The armed forces have waged a tough battle against AIDS among its personnel. Thanks to a number of measures undertaken to combat HIV on a war-footing, the incidence of the life-threatening disease has declined sharply in the three services, reports Vijay Mohan
Even as AIDS and HIV infection assumes epidemic proportions in the country, the armed forces appear to have controlled the spread of the deadly disease amongst its rank and file.

Illustration by Aditi Chahar
Illustration by Aditi Chahar

The armed forces have been holding rallies, exhibitions and workshops to spread awareness about the dreaded disease The armed forces have been holding rallies, exhibitions and workshops to spread awareness about the dreaded disease The armed forces have been holding rallies, exhibitions and workshops to spread awareness about the dreaded disease The armed forces have been holding rallies, exhibitions and workshops to spread awareness about the dreaded disease
EFFORTS TO COMBAT AIDS: The armed forces have been holding rallies, exhibitions and workshops to spread awareness about the dreaded disease.

“TV serials today survive on TRPs”

'This time I’ve a hoarding to myself ’
Renuka Shahane is facing the camera after a five-year break. Srabanti Chakrabarti catches up with the versatile TV anchor-actor
B
e it as the smiling host of Surabhi, a gritty young woman in Imtihan, or the bahu in Kora Kagaz, Renuka Shahane has always been a darling of the media and the audience. So, it was little wonder that there would be a mad rush to talk to her, when she announced her return to the small screen through Jeete Hai Jiske Liye on Sony. Her fans are awaiting the return of the girl who was one known as the Madhuri Dixit of Indian television. But where was Renuka all these years?


Renuka Shahane: “TV serials today survive on TRPs” 

Candles against the wind
T
he Dixie Chicks, an American all-female country music trio comprising Emily Robison, Martie Maguire and Natalie Maines, have done it. They won five five Grammy Awards this time and are the second highest-selling female group in any musical genre, behind Destiny’s Child.



The Dixie Chicks refused to be Bush-whacked.

The Dixie Chicks refused to be Bush-whacked
 

COLUMNS

THIS ABOVE ALLLust in times of boredom
by Khushwant Singh

SIGHT & SOUNDTRPs trigger trial by media
by Amita Malik

Stamped Impressions: Childcare is no child’s play
by Reeta Sharma

AUDIO SCAN: Variety show

WEBSIDE HUMOUR: Parental rules
Compiled by Sunil Sharma

GENERATION X

CROSSWORD
by Karuna Goswamy

Rhyme Time

Roots 
by Deepti





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