The Tribune Spectrum
Sunday, August 6, 2000

Performing to PerfectionPerforming to Perfection

Every action has a result, says Lord Krishna in the Bhagavadgita. The trick is, however, to limit the result-oriented nature of each action by performing it to the best of one’s ability. One should use all of one’s faculties while doing any action, and not do it on an impulse. When one acts impulsively, one doesn’t think of the result of one’s action and may get trapped in the consequences of that action, says Sai R. Vaidyanathan.


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An animated filmmaker,
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Home to great poetry,
Shona Adhikari

Into the world of spirits,
D.C. Sharma

She led an exemplary life,
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TELEVISION: Kader Khan is here to make you laugh,
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BOLLYWOOD BHELPURI: This Papa is really great!
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SCENE STEALERS: Sanjana’s passion,
by Belu Maheshwari

TRAVEL: Viva Las Vegas,
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LIFE TIES: When love was the meeting of minds,
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Review by
Shelley Walia
Do’s and more do's for you
Review by
Manuwant Singh Sethi
This is all about white and black
Review by Padam Ahlawat
An alien messes up J&K problem
Review by
Baljit Singh
The war novel by Mulk Raj Anand
Review by Randeep Wadehra
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