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Friday, January 06, 2006


  Feature Stories


From December 28,  2005 to January 05, 2006

Of Human Bonds

Mushrooming old age homes, increasing divorces, parents working long hours and joint families breaking down into nuclear families have all contributed to the contamination of human values, of love and of human bonds, discovers R Venkatesh.

The Little Emperors

They will always rule your heart. But are today’s children annexing their parents’ territory by steering major decisions at home in their favour? And to what extent will this conquest lead to a happy state of affairs, wonders Dipti Nair.

Modern Day Icon

For Dr Nirupama, writing is a sanctuary for the heart and she fills her life’s cup full to the brim with creative activity. Ambika Ananth finds out more.

Music From The Heart

The calmness and grace of Jayashri’s music is characteristic of the person that she is, finds out Sumana Chandrashekar.

Major Influences On World Of Numbers

December 22 is Srinivasa Ramanujan's 118th birth anniversary. On this occasion, an examination of the contributions of the German mathematician Issai Schur shows connections with Ramanujan's work.

Transparency Or Morality?

In the context of the bribes for questions in Parliament scandal let me tell you a modern Indian fairy story.

Flying On The Wings Of Care

Krishna Kumar first set up Udaan based on her experience in bringing up two children with cerebral palsy. Years later, she still is the creche’s driving force.

A Fairy Godmother

Makkala Sahaya Vani gets 50 distress calls from children daily, but that does not deter Brinda from helping them, writes Marianne de Nazareth.










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