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Random notes, gossip, bitching, angles, conspiracy theories, spoofs, essential fundas
Weekly cartoon by Sorit
Published feedback from our readers: rants, raves, bouquets, brickbats
Making A Difference
The disabled can stand on their own feet with a bit of guidance and help. Ask Johar.
Movie: review
Vigorously espousing a cause, that of widow remarriage, it comes to the point way too late into the action.
10 Questions
The Oxford historian and author of eight books on India, including biographies of Nehru and Gandhi, on her new release, Global South Asians
column
Musharraf's original ideas? Since May 14, 2001, Bull's Eye has made a similar proposal at least six times....And yet, it misses out the main precondition
Cover Story
the good doctors
In India's jungles, remote hills, dusty plains these specialist doctors have sacrificed all they had to spread hope
Kavery Nambisan : The Rural Gangrene
Pradeep Trehan : To Touch The Peaks
Regi M. George : The Druids Of A Lost Tribe
Ganiyari Doctors : The Gutsy Gang
National
railways: bridges
The Railways have 51,000 bridges of Raj vintage alone. Each day is another accident averted. How safe are we crossing the rapids?
kerala
A simmering row in the ruling CPI(M) has reached flashpoint. The CM is battling intra-party bids to muzzle him. Will he win?
V.S. Achuthanandan : 'Swindlers Will Be Booked'
muslims
The party is in a tizzy; how pro-Muslim does it want to be?
Controversy: WEST BENGAL
A pro-investor Buddhadeb enrages farmers. Tata Marxism?
newsbag
Augusto Pinochet, Infosys, Iajuddin Ahmed, Damien Martyn,
International
Interview
The Japanese PM in an exclusive interview on Indo-Japanese ties and whether his country would support India when the nuclear issue comes before the NSG.
N-deal
The much-touted Indo-US nuclear deal may just be our bane. Eminent Indian scientists on how it could affect our future.
Pakistan
Rescripting history is Musharraf's homage to 'secular' Jinnah
Business
energy: cairn india
Cairn's IPO is a success but will rivals and rude Indian realities sully its promise?
tata steel
Will Tata keep upping its ante, or go for strategic retreat? Or is there, indeed, a surprise third way?
Society
foreign students
India is now a prime stop for 'gappers' mixing work, travel
Sports
15th Asian games: Doha 2006
India notches up a goodly tally, but hockey falls apart. So do Lea-Hesh, despite a gold.
Books
top reads
Outlook invited an eminent galaxy of readers to send in their choice of top reads of 2006. We received a mixed bag: some bestsellers, a few classics, some surprises, all revealing the rich range of books the year brought to our shelves...
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