Saturday, July 3, 2004

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


WALL POWER

Rahul DravidHe is called The Wall for his unruffled play in the trickiest of situations. But there’s more to this cool good-looking dude than his knack for hitting boundaries. He is a Padma Shri and has been declared Youth Icon of the Year by MTV. M.S. Unnikrishnan measures the length and breadth covered by Rahul Dravid.
Rahul DravidT
he Wall has transcended all barriers to attain iconic status. When Rahul Sharad Dravid was chosen for the MTV Youth Icon of the Year Award, ahead of Amitabh Bachchan, Ratan Tata, A.R. Rehman and Amartya Sen, his fans were not surprised. They knew that it was a just reward for a remarkable role model. And when the Padma Shri award ceremony followed a few days later, his fans were overjoyed. For Dravid, however, receiving awards and accolades has become a matter of routine. When he was bestowed the Arjuna Award in 1998, and the Wisden award in 2000, Dravid was all modesty. He never gloated over his achievements, though he has a lot to be immodest about.

PUNJABI ANTENNA
Troubled waters
Randeep Wadehra
C
apt Amarinder Singh's government been trouble-prone right from its inception. It had barely quelled the Bhattal rebellion - highlighted by Punjabi news-based programmes like Lashkara's Kharian Kharian - when the controversial decision to stop old age pension backfired.

 

COLUMNS


THIS ABOVE ALL
One up on Ghalib
by Khushwant Singh

STAMPED IMPRESSIONSThere’s always a way out
by Reeta Sharma

AUDIOSCAN: A class apart

MUSIC ZONE: Lenny — Baptism (Virgin)
by Saurav & Gaurav


WEBSIDE HUMOURLittle Johnny
by
Sunil Sharma

  GENERATION X


MIND GAMES Return of Batman
by Aditya Rishi

WORD POWER
Fireworks
by Prerana Trehan

CROSSWORD
by Karuna Goswamy

ROOTS
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Cyber links
by Deepti

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