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  • India's Latest Tennis Sensation

    India's Latest Tennis Sensation October 2003 - In cricket-crazy India, tennis is not a big sport. Certainly not amongst Indian girls. Despite this, 16 year old SANIA MIRZA became the first Indian girl to win a Wimbledon Championship, and in so doing captured the fancy of the nation.

  • Permanent Resident

    Permanent Resident October 2003 - Mohan first saw the bundle of neatly wrapped papers ? which looked like letters ? when his wife opened the drawer to get her jewelry...

  • The English Legacy

    The English Legacy October 2003 - A million opportunities or a cultural divide ? What does the growing prominence of the English language mean to India?

  • New Face of Terrorism

    New Face of Terrorism October 2003 - No longer are Pakistan and its insidious ISI the sole suspects where terrorism in India is concerned.

  • No Broken Wings

    No Broken Wings October 2003 - Her dreams helped to soar through life, despite the obvious difficulties she faced, making my encounter with her an experience I will never forget.

  • Pious But Polluted

    Pious But Polluted October 2003 - With pollution from multiple sources reaching alarming levels, the Ganga can no longer be saved by its divinity alone.

  • DOWNLOADING A SNAZZY NEW NAME

    DOWNLOADING A SNAZZY NEW NAME September 2003 - There are many ways to promote a cause, but Karin Robertson's tactic is somewhat peculiar, even by today's standards.

  • Words you choose indicate strength or weakness

    Words you choose indicate strength or weakness September 2003 - You can learn to speak with confidence by studying the way you make statements.

  • The Sweat Behind the Sculpt

    The Sweat Behind the Sculpt September 2003 - Bollywood darling HRITHIK ROSHAN shares a personal account of his workout and diet routines that has given him the sculpted looks to go with his endearing and charismatic persona. By DEEPALI NANDWANI

  • DIVORCING OURSELVES FROM DOWRY

    DIVORCING OURSELVES FROM DOWRY August 2003 - When my wife, Malathi, and I tied the knot a few years ago, no one in our families mentioned dowry, though many people in our native India still practice the traditional but illegal system of paying to have a daughter married.

 

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