Saturday, January 15, 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


The Kalam effect
Adul Kalam is a phenomenon. He inspires and enthuses millions of youngsters. Rare is the public figure who has struck such a rapport. With admirable ease, the First Teacher reaches out to studentsónot to preach or moralise but to fire their minds.
Smriti Kak Ramachandran writes about the iconic status of the First Citizen.
I
T is long after the sky is lit with stars. A man of effective words and convincing actions, he sits in his study poring over an endless stream of questions flashing on the computer screen.





the presidentís 10-point agenda for the youth

Away from the world of glamour, the young finally find a true hero they can look up to
by Geetanjali Gayatri

H
IS fondness for being with students is no secret and he has absolutely no qualms about displaying his affection for them. This despite the fact that he occupies the highest office in the country. For down-to-earth APJ Abdul Kalam, being President doesnít stand between him and his love for schoolchildren.

Rocker for all times
Elvis Presley plays at the top of the music charts even 28 years after his death. Saurabh & Gaurav remember the King of Rock íní Roll
T
HE US rock legend, Elvis Presley, who would have celebrated his 70th birthday on January 8, was back at the top of the British pop charts yet again with a
re-release of his 1958 classic Jailhouse Rock.


 

COLUMNS

THIS ABOVE ALLGem of a man
by Khushwant Singh

SIGHT & SOUNDSense of relief
by Amita Malik

STAMPED IMPRESSIONS: Principled progress
by Reeta Sharma

audioscanFrom the wonderland
by Saurabh & Gaurav

WEBSIDE HUMOURSurprise
by Sunil Sharma

GENERATION X

WORD POWER: Footnotes
by Prerana Trehan

CROSSWORD
by Karuna Goswamy

rOOTS: Reflectors
by Deepti

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