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“Thank God every day when you get up that you have something to do that day which must be done whether you like it or not. Being forced to work and forced to do your best will breed in you temperance and self-control, diligence and strength of will.”
- Basil Carpenter

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Down the Mussoorie lane
Ruskin Bond, author of over a hundred books has spent over four decades in the hill resort of Mussoorie. In the first authorised biography, photographer GANESH SAILI, a close friend and associate, takes the reader through the trials and tribulations of a boy who took to pen and paper at the age of 15 and consciously decided to become a writer. In this extract, he recreates the early days of the 1960s when the author came to live in there

Hidden agenda?

K R Raghu Nandan draws attention to the discovery by several archaeologists and historians of the proximity of most of Asoka’s rock edicts to the ancient mining sites, especially gold mines
 

‘Anything is possible!’

A champion of the downtrodden, George Monbiot has earned a reputation for exposing injustice wherever he sees it, anywhere in the world. Undeterred by the might of his opponents, he has proved the might of the pen. R Akhileshwari is impressed by some of his radical views
 

Off-beat rhythms & mystic melodies

For him his music is his life. Didier Wampas familiarised Aparna Shivapura to the unknown nuances of his Punk Rock Band, Les Wampas, during his recent visit to Bangalore
 

State of mind

The second part of the series on art expression as a learning process by KRISHNA REDDY
 

To Sir with love

For Sir, Vidwan R K Suryanarayan, music was worship, almost a way of life, writes SUMANA CHANDRASHEKAR
 

ALL THAT GLITTERS
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Drifting down the Vembanad

ANURAG MALLICK sails through the huge expanse of Vembanad lake and discovers the picturesque Kumarakom, sandwiched between the lake and the parallel network of backwaters
 

The best way to blend

Travelling in London and Paris by the underground is cheap, fast, most efficient and convenient. JANAKI MURALI provides you some tips
 

Peter's City

DINESH RAO's imagination is captured by the angels watching over St Petersburg
 
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