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January 31, 2006

How to prevent, control diabetes
The incidence of diabetics in urban India has increased 20 times In the last 20 years!

January 30, 2006

Nepalese king faces tough choice
A year after his takeover, Gyanendra is under tremendous pressure to restore democracy.

Andhra Pradesh: Jihad's new hotspot
The merchants of strife are picking up young recruits from the state's villages.

January 27, 2006

At home with the President
His endearing humility never ceases to surprise.

Hamas win puts Delhi in a bind
India once again has to balance its relations with the Arab and the Western worlds.

January 26, 2006

It is a brand new Kutch
Sheela Bhatt travels through the New Kutch five years after the Gujarat earthquake.

January 25, 2006

Just who took on Buta Singh?
The apex court's judgement has rocked the ruling United Progressive Alliance government.

Revealed: The agenda for the Bush Visit
The government is pulling out all stops to ensure that the visit to New Delhi, Hyderabad and Punjab is historic.

'The challenge suited her personality'
Usha Bhagat, who worked closely with Indira Gandhi, recalls those heady days 40 years ago when she became India's third prime minister

'We are soldiers'
This unique band of sisters will command men into battle one day and inspire a generation of young women after them.

January 24, 2006

The day Indira Gandhi became prime minister
We mark that occasion 40 years ago with a special series.

January 23, 2006

Were Al Qaeda terrorists killed in Pakistan?
Did the US attack kill innocent women and children?

The Man Who Knew Netaji
'He was convinced Netaji died in the air crash. If he had survived, he would have contacted Nairsan.'

January 20, 2006

'Never trust a paper that's never wrong'
'The credibility of a newspaper increases when it admits an error, and not otherwise.'

January 19, 2006

Man who could become Karnataka's CM
Kumaraswamy's act reminds one of Deve Gowda's tactics in pulling down the Ramakrishna Hegde govt two decades ago.

How to manage anger
Ask yourself: 'Is my anger necessary enough and is the issue worth it?'

Are newspapers going extinct?
The Guardian Editor Alan Rusbridger says the newspaper's battle for survival will soon reach India.

January 18, 2006

Why Balochistan is burning
Balochistan comprises 43 percent of Pakistan's area but has only five percent of Pakistan's population. It also has immense natural resources and most of Pakistan's energy resources.

January 17, 2006

Just who is Ottavio Quattrocchi?
And why is the Italian businessman in the news?

Temple in upheaval over Sri Lankan First Lady's faith
Is Shiranthi Rajakapse Buddhist or Christian, the famed Guruvayoor temple in Kerala wants to know.

January 16, 2006

Jayalalithaa puts money where her mouth is
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa has until mid-March to distribute largesse to voters. That's exactly what she is doing, at considerable cost to the exchequer.

January 13, 2006

Memories of Til Ladoos
Makar Sankranti is a harvest festival associated with the winter solstice, abundance, friendship and solidarity.

January 12, 2006

A to Z of stress management
Some easy ways to tackle the killer problem.

January 11, 2006

Images: The path to faith
Since early December, 1.5 million Muslims from across the world have descended on Mecca by flight, car, bus, ship, on foot and by camel

When Morarji snubbed the Soviets
Brezhnev may not have met an Indian with less reverence for the Soviet Union than then prime minister Morarji Desai.

With love, from India to Pakistan
A gigantic letter from Indian schoolchildren, to their friends across the border in Pakistan.

January 10, 2006

'What we thought about Pakistan was wrong'
L Balaji on the last Pakistan tour

January 06, 2006

A Bulldozer to the end
Ariel Sharon was a war-monger whose ironic legacy is peace.

January 05, 2006

Swami Ramdev: Yoga does it
Meet the yogi, currently in the eye of a storm.

How to marry an NRI, safely
The Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs has drawn up guidelines for people who want their daughters married abroad.

A date with the Taj
The Taj Mahal, Agra receives three million visitors every year. A few of these vistors are very distinguished...

January 04, 2006

Meet India's Republic Day chief guest
The move is seen as an extension of New Delhi's oil diplomacy.

Survivor's Guide: What my heart attack taught me
Keeping one's morale high is the secret for a quick recovery.

At famous temple: Buddhists OK, other faiths no
The Guruvayoor temple permits Buddhists and Jains to worship, because they are treated as part of Hinduism.

January 03, 2006

The politics of reservation in education
The political mileage resulting from the move, which directly benefits more than 70 per cent of voters, is so huge that of the 381 members present in the Lok Sabha, 379 voted in favour of it.

My Father L K Advani
'There is a song that fits my father. It is from the Dev Anand film Hum Dono: Main zindagi ka saath nibhata chala gaya.... '

January 02, 2006

You and your lucky stars
What your stars say for 2006.

Is Hyderabad the next terror target?
Days after the Bangalore attack, the police have discovered a four-year-old central warning.


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