Saturday, August 21, 2004

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


Few had heard of him till he shot to fame with a silver medal in the Olympics. Vibha Sharma visits Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore’s house in Delhi to chat up the ecstatic family of the man whose name is now on everyone’s lips.

It is 10 am, just about 16 hours after the medal-starved Indians finally got the opportunity to celebrate when the Raja Hindustani from Bikaner, Major Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore, trapped the first-ever Olympic silver medal for the country at Athens. Last year, when Major Rathore won the bronze at the World Championship in Nicosia, not many knew about his event, double trap, or the man himself.

At last, a silver lining
   Prabhjot Singh reports from Athens

Balle Balle software
The new Punjabi word processor is here. It is user-friendly with a string of dream features, finds out Roopinder Singh
T
his is the story of one man's passion, dedication and focus. Many years ago, a young man decided to work on making Punjabi computer friendly. Initially, he developed an optical character reading (OCR) programme for Punjabi, and after much work, got one that had 97 per cent accuracy.

 

COLUMNS


THIS ABOVE ALL: What makes a perfect evening
by Khushwant Singh

SIGHT & SOUND: A clash of events
by
Amita Malik

Good Motoring: How to handle humidity
by H. Kishie Singh

Fashion: Adding glamour to glitter
by Pinky Adil

webside humour: Punishment
by Sunil Sharma


  GENERATION X


MIND GAMES  End of infinity
by Aditya Rishi

WORD POWER  Nothing to lose
by Prerana Trehan

CROSSWORD
by Karuna Goswamy

Rhyme Time: Smile awhile