The Tribune Spectrum
Sunday, August 13, 2000




PARADIGM SHIFTS FROM GROWING WHEAT TO HARVESTING IT
On August 15, India celebrates her first Independence Day in the new millennium. A lot has changed, and much hasnít. In fact, in many spheres of our national life there has been a sea-change, both qualitatively and quantitatively. Some of the shifts in attitude and practice show us emerging as a more confident and vibrant nation in the 21st century.

 

Week Specials

Beginning a new journey,
by
Rooma Mehra

He was an actor for all seasons,
by
M.L. Dhawan

Letís import some phoren humour,
by
Shriniwas  Joshi

A poet with an earthy sensibility,
by
Akshaya Kumar

Machines like us,
by
Nimrat Duggal Khandpur

The house where Kipling lived,
by
Minakshi Chaudhry

  Week Specials
 

'ART AND SOUL: Things that reach across time,
by
B.N. Goswamy

FITNESS:  Solution to a weighty problem,
by
B.K. Sharma

GARDEN LIFE:  Experiment with begonia,
by
Satish Narula

TELEVISION: A sermon that drags on,
by
Mukesh Khosla

BOLLYWOOD BHELPURI: Delightful duo,
by
Madhur Mittal

SCENE STEALERS: Grand achievement
,

by
Belu Maheshwari

TIME OFF: Rare manuscripts,
by
Manohar Malgonkar

LIFE TIES: Treasuring the gift of love,
by
Taru Bahl

FEEDBACK: Caught between two worlds

Book Reviews

A close look at "Godan" man
Review by
Akshaya Kumar

A Serbo-Croat Tolstoy? Not really
Review  by
M.L. Raina

The built-in gender bias in society
Review by
Surinder S. Jodhka

Eminent but ailing poet
Review by
R.P. Chaddah

The stilled voice of women
Review by
Shalini Kalia

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