Saturday, May 8, 2004

COLUMNS
SIGHT AND SOUND
THIS ABOVE ALL
STAMPED IMPRESSIONS
TAKING NOTE
GOOD MOTORING
AUDIO/VIDEOSCAN
MUSIC ZONE
FASHION
WEBSIDE HUMOUR
FOR CHILDREN
CROSSWORD
WORD POWER
MIND GAMES
DID YOU KNOW...
RHYME TIME
ROOTS

School for harmony

It is a religious school with a difference. It is an experiment in transcending communal divisions and deep-rooted prejudices. Geetanjali Gayatri reports on a madrasa in a nondescript village in Punjab which has Hindu and Sikh children as well.



Secular show: Hindus, Sikhs and Muslims study together at the Jamia Shaw Walli Ullah madrasa, near Malerkotla. — Tribune photo by Parvesh Chauhan
Secular show: Hindus, Sikhs and Muslims study together at the Jamia Shaw Walli Ullah madrasa, near Malerkotla.

‘I will give singles my best shot’
L
eander Paes is all set to play his fourth Olympics in Athens starting on August 13. Tirtha Gautam catches up with the tennis sensation in an exclusive interview during his visit to his hometown Kolkata.

In the news
Ready to leap
I
ndian
medal hope in athletics, Anju Bobby George, is leaving no stone unturned in her quest to be ready for the Athens Olympics. She is training hard with her husband and coach Bobby George.

  • Hopes dashed

 

COLUMNS

SIGHT & SOUND: DD changes its spots
by Amita Malik

Punjabi Antenna: Ghuggi Express a runaway hit
by Randeep Wadehra

STAMPED IMPRESSIONSFilm stars in flimsy roles
by Reeta Sharma

WEBSIDE HUMOURTogether
by Sunil Sharma

AUDIO/VIDEOSCAN: Perky ‘n’ peppy melodies
by ASC

  FOR CHILDREN


CROSSWORD — by Karuna Goswamy

WORD POWER — Animal form
by Prerana Trehan

MIND GAMES — Test of character
by Aditya Rishi

ROOTS — Legal jargon
by Deepti

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