Diabetes Onset Earlier In India Than
Diabetes is becoming an invisible
epidemic. Lars Rebein Sorensen,
president and CEO of Novo Nordisk, a
leader in diabetes care, spoke to H S
Balram on the sidelines of the Global
Changing Diabetes Leadership Forum in
New York recently:
A Long But Fruitful Search
Sankara Rao's research has helped
unearth unknown Annamacharya songs.
Moving Centre Stage
Harisree Ashokan, who plays the
protagonist in `Akasham,' says playing
the lead entails more responsibility.
More Than News
CNN anchor Monita Rajpal on the
various experiences of anchoring.
A Man Of Many Layers
Meet actor Krishnan Kaladharan Nair. I
try to interpret my characters to
reflect the dilemma of modern man.
He Lives, Breathes Cinema
He won laurels for his debut, `Dombivli
Fast.' Now Nishikant Kamat details his
Tamil remake, `Evano Oruvan,' with his
experiences in Chennai.
Entering The Second Innings
Sujatha Cine Arts returns with
Vidudhalai. A tête-à-tête with K.
Balaji, who has passed the mantle on
to son Suresh.
In A Deluge Of Melodies
Mungaru Maley's unanticipated success
has flooded music composer, Mano
Murthy with offers.
Carnatic vocalist S. Sowmya regrets
the tendency to regard theory and
practise as separate entities of
music, and feels it has to be treated
as an integral whole.
India Does Not Have A High Street:
Francoise Montenay, president, Chanel
SAS & chairman, Comité Colbert is one
of the speakers at the prestigious
Hindustan Times MINT Luxury
‘Mulayam Is So Weakened On The Ground,
I Will Be . . .
He has been called the ‘Front Man’ and
former Prime Minister Vishwanath
Pratap Singh has been doing what he is
best at — forging fronts and alliances
that have been called the second,
third and even fourth front against
communal forces, in the last . . .
Weird Turns In A Wireless Deal
Last week, the FIPB (Foreign
Investment Promotion Board) deferred a
decision on Vodafone's proposal to
If A State Breaks A Law, It Undermines
Its Own Authority
Justice Arthur Chaskalson is
president, International Commission of
Jurists, chair, Eminent Jurists Panel
on terrorism, counterterrorism and
human rights, former Chief Justice of
South Africa and first President of
South Africa's Constitutional Court.
‘Ulfa Is A Pawn In The Hands Of Bangla’
Marwah criticises the Centre’s
handling of the ULFA and does not
trust that Myanmar will undertake a
Bhutan-style operation against the
ULFA on its borders.
‘Secularism Debate Has
Changed...Muslims Voted For Us In
This businessman son of an ex-prime
minister is in some ways the
demonstration of the possibilities of
Tigers In The Air
The Tamil Eelam Air Force (TAF) of the
LTTE, go into action for the first
time since its creation nine years
back, signalling that that the war
started by President Rajapakse, with
the help of Pakistan, has entered a
new. . .
Tablighi Jamaat And Pakistan Team
Did Pakistani cricket coach Bob
Woolmer's criticism of the growing
influence of the Tablighi Jamaat of
Pakistan on many players of the
Pakistani cricket team contribute to
his brutal murder?
The novelist's debut music album
playfully marries Western pop to
Atom-By-Atom, From Amoeba To Elephant
Every molecular assembly in nature is
nano technology. Therefore, an
understanding of nano will help us to
do things better, with improved
efficiency — in much more
eco-friendly, sustainable manner.
Recognition Too Late
Assamese filmmaker, Arup Manna, talks
about his film on Aideu Handique, the
first Assamese woman to act in films.
Brothers In Music
DHRUPAD is an ancient style of
Hindustani classical music that has
survived in its original form.
'Revolution Can't Be Repeated, Only
In a significant move, the Nepal
Maoists signed an agreement with the
Seven-Party Alliance (SPA) in order to
establish multi-party democracy in
Good Offerings, Bad Offerings
In what can be seen as an
international precedent, capital
markets regulator, Securities and
Exchange Board of India (SEBI), has
made it mandatory for companies to get
their Initial Public Offering (IPOs)
Unsettling Confusion In A Settled
A longer tenure should be given to the
Settlement Commission, say, till March
31, 2009, to complete all pending
cases under the existing provisions.
'Menu Innovation Our Strength'
US fast food major McDonald’s made its
debut in India ten years ago and now
has 108 restaurants across the