The Tribune Spectrum
Sunday, December 16, 2001


ART & LITERATURE
'ART AND SOUL
BOOKS
MUSINGS
TIME OFF
YOUR OPTION
ENTERTAINMENT
BOLLYWOOD BHELPURI
TELEVISION
WIDE ANGLE
FITNESS
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NATURE
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CONSUMER ALERT
TRAVEL
INTERACTIVE FEATURES
CAPTION CONTEST
FEEDBACK


Gitanjali Sharma says that many youngsters are adopting reiki, pranic healing and Art of Living, among other therapies, to combat depression, anger, negativity and to channel their energies positively. The secular nature of these therapies makes them even more attractive for those...

...Seeking healing

Week Specials

Towards a new vision of astrology
A
STROLOGY has been in the eye of a storm, especially after the UGC directive to the universities to introduce a course in astrology. Chandigarh-based astrologer Naveen Mishra, the recipient of the Maharishi Parashar Gold Medal in 1999 at the World Astrologers Conference held at Jamshedpur, Tata Nagar, answers questions pertaining to the significance of astrology, its role and function and the relevance of astrology in the modern world in an exclusive interview with TNS.

ARCHIVED TRIBUNE SPECIAL
MAHARAJA RANJIT SINGH: SPECIAL FEATURES & PHOTOS
 

We have only tears for the soulful Baiju Bawra
by Rooma Mehra
N
O, it was not Rafi singing the original song..but there was a quirk in the soulful melody rendered by that particular participant of the T.V. programme Sa Re Ga Ma that twisted our hearts into such knots that tears sprung into our eyes. There was much of Baiju Bawra in him.. I concluded while trying to sum up the total personality.

Tackling teen troubles
by Mohinder Singh
P
AWAN, a lanky lad of 17, seems to be slipping. Thatís what his parents, both doctors, have been noticing for the last few months. Pawan, known never to miss a school assignment, is often skipping homework. And there has been a perceptible dip in his school grades.

Wholistic health with herbs
by R.N. Malik
A
LTERNATIVE systems of medicine are gaining acceptability as people become wary of the side-effects of the allopathic system of medicine. Though herbs are being used as compounds in the ayurvedic system, pure herbal treatment is a new venture both in India and China.

Fine slice of boisterous Punjabi culture
by Ervell E. Menezes
S
O Mira Nair has done it again. After Salaam Bombay she has provided a fine slice of Indian life, rambunctious Punjabi culture, to be precise, with Delhi flavour in Monsoon Wedding which won the Golden Lion at Venice earlier this year.

  Week Specials
 

'ART AND SOULRemembering a painter of birds
by B.N. Goswamy

TIME OFFThe anger of gods
by Manohar Malgonkar

TELEVISIONA storyline totally devoid of entertainment
by Mukesh Khosla

MOVIE MAGICNamrata in fast lane

KEEPING FIT: When doctors become patients
by B.K. Sharma

GARDEN: Successfully grow varied plants
by Satish Narula

 

LIFE TIESHandicap of the body is better than handicap of the mind
by Taru Bahl

DREAM THEME: Dreaming of walls
by Vinaya Katoch Manhas

SUNDAY ACTIVITY: Balk not at bathrooms
by Chetna Banerjee

VIP TOON TALES: Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan
by
Ranga

BRIDGE: King of Trumps makes his slam
by Omar Sharif

FEEDBACK: Russia and the new realities

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