Saturday, January 8, 2005

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


Sen and sensibility
Amartya SenNobel laureate Amartya Sen is no ivory tower intellectual. The eminent economist enjoys interaction and discussion with people across the board. A firm believer in Indiaís argumentative tradition, Sen engages with people and issues at a number of levels. Listening to Sen is an enriching experience as he interweaves narrative and facts and draws upon his vast experience as a teacher, writer and speaker. A.J. Philip recounts a Sen-sational experience in Kolkata.
A HUGE crowd had assembled at Nandan, the prestigious cinema complex on the Jagdish Chandra Bose Road in central Kolkata. Many of them had been standing in a serpentine queue to get an entry from early in the morning. An impatient West Bengal Finance Minister Asim Dasgupta was at the gate to receive us.

Eat like a beast to stay slim
F
rom America comes the wild animal diet. And itís not as daft as it sounds. If you eat like a wild animal, say two American zoologists, you will be lean and healthy. Wild animals, according to Dr William Karest and Dr Fritz Walther, are rarely fat and lazy. They have to hunt for their food, and eat only when they are hungry.

 


COLUMNS


THIS ABOVE ALL: Osho calling
by Khushwant Singh

SIGHT & SOUNDCapturing trauma with tact
by Amita Malik

MUSIC ZONEEminem ó Encore (Universal)
by Saurabh & Gaurav

PUNJABI ANTENNASong and dance all the way
by Randeep Wadehra

good motoringThe way ahead in fog
by H. Kishie Singh

WEBSIDE HUMOURCanít take chance
by Sunil Sharma


GENERATION X

WORD POWER: At your fingertips
by Prerana Trehan

CROSSWORD
by Karuna Goswamy

Rhyme Time

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