The Tribune Spectrum
Sunday, September 17, 2000




OLYMPICSOLYMPICS
The Millennium's Last Acid Test
By M.S Unnikrishnan

THE Olympic Games is the theatre of the sport where only the very best battle it out like the ancient Roman warriors, where kinship and friendship have no meaning in pursuit of a medal, as an Olympic medal is considered as precious as anything precious can be.

Week Specials


The Spirit of the Games,
by
Mohinder Singh

Heroes of Ancient Olympic Games,
by
Minakshi Chaudhry

Hopes go Down Under,
by
Prabhjot Singh

The biggest show on earth,
by
Ravi Dhaliwal

The Olympic City,
by
I.M. Soni

Combating drug abuse by athletes,
by
M.S.

Faster, higher, stronger,
by
Purva

Tradition started by Hitler,
by
Prerana Trehan

  Week Specials
 

'ART AND SOUL: Yet another Mughal Ramayana,
by
B.N Goswamy

TELEVISION:
Story of revenge and retribution,
by
Mukesh Khosla

GARDEN LIFE: Decorate your driveway,
by
Satish Narula

KEEPING FIT: Cholesterol in health and disease,
by
B.K. Sharma

BOLLYWOOD BHELPURI:
Hrithik strikes again,
by Madhur Mittal

TRAVEL:  Yercaud: The new hill station,
by
Tejwant Singh

WIDE ANGLE: An enjoyable entertainer,
by Ervell E. Menezes

SCENE STEALERS: Racing hero,
by
Belu Maheshwari

LIFE TIES: Building walls, not bridges,
by
Taru Bahl

FEEDBACK: Usurping her political space

Book Reviews

The nuclear conundrum
Review by
Bimal Bhatia

Rethink on Enlightenment
Review by
Rumina Sethi

He is the outcaste of society
Review by
Shatini Kalia

Looking into future, cautiously
Review by
D.R. Chaudhry

Castes: the other view
Review by
Surinder S. Jodhka

Food security then and now
Review by
Randeep Wadehra

The day Karmapa assumed office
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