Saturday, December 3, 2005

COLUMNS
THIS ABOVE ALL
SIGHT AND SOUND
STAMPED IMPRESSIONS
TAKING NOTE
GOOD MOTORING
AUDIO SCAN
MUSIC ZONE
FASHION
PUNJABI ANTENNA
WEBSIDE HUMOUR
FOR CHILDREN
CROSSWORD
WORD POWER
RHYME TIME
ROOTS



Return of the huddle
With a dynamic captain and an enterprising coach, a youthful Team India is going great guns, writes Abhijit Chatterjee
Rahul Dravid (left) has several performers in his team who can win matches on their own.This team has become tough, really tough. Itís not easy to recover from a crushing defeat, but the gritty Indians hit back with a vengeance to level the series against South Africa. Slowly but surely, Greg Chappellís "Vision of excellence" is turning into reality.

  • Horses for courses

Rahul Dravid (left) has several performers in his team who can win matches on their own.
ó Reuters

Big bucks at play
M. S. Unnikrishnan
When Sachin Tendulkar was signed up for a Rs 200-crore staggered sponsorship deal by the late Marc Mascarenhas of WorldTel, a never-before high was set in sports sponsorship in the country. No other player has been able to better that deal, though Sachinís own stock has plummeted over the years, and the latest on the Sachin front is that heís negotiating a fresh sponsorship deal in the vicinity of Rs 123 crore.

 

 

COLUMNS

THIS ABOVE ALL: Face to face with life and death
by Khushwant Singh

SIGHT & SOUND: TV as tutor in crises
by Amita Malik

Stamped Impressions: An answer to cancer
by Reeta Sharma

AUDIOSCAN: Enter Rajasthani pop
by ASC

MUSIC ZONE: Kanye West ó Late Registration
by Saurabh & Gaurav

WEBSIDE HUMOUR: Medical term
Compiled by Sunil Sharma

GENERATION X

CROSSWORD
by Karuna Goswamy

Roots: Words or footprints?
by Deepti

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