Saturday, October 20, 2001  

Germs of war

Itís panic stations everywhere. The scenario is right out of a sci-fi thriller and the terror is palpable. Silent killers, virus strains have started arriving by mail, signalling the beginning of a new form of covert action ó bio-terrorism. Gitanjali Sharma discusses its broad contours.

Germs of war --- ILLUSTRATION BY GAURAV SOOD
  Striking strokes of harmony
by Taru Bahl
T
WO decades back, they left promising careers to take the road less travelled. They set up a studio, in the stillest corner of their home, letting destiny carve out a path for them. Being artists who were not just in sync with their creative processes but also with nature and their environment, today they bless the day they gave up structured jobs in favour of a joint partnership.

Tired all the time?
by Mohinder Singh
"I
am doing everything right. I eat well. I exercise. I donít smoke or drink. Why am I tired all the time? Why, why, why?" asks my lawyer friend in exasperation. Yes, he has every right to ask that question.

Navratra fair a colourful affair at Mansa Devi
by Thakur Paramjit
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S per Devi Bhagwat texts, the area enclosed by Mansa Devi temple, on the outskirts of Chandigarh and Panchkula, is one of the 108 places of siddhapeeth (worship) dedicated to Parvati, the consort of Shiva.

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