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Deccan Herald » Fine Art / Culture
Return of the native
Utpal Borpujari pans British filmmaker Mark Duffield whose next film will be shot in Goa.
Once upon a time....a far cry from the fairy tale
This documentary throws light on a much neglected aspect of Indian social life namely, the life and struggle of the transgenders, ridiculed by the populace and ignored by the state.
In communion with fine art
Danseuse B Bhanumati has created a refreshingly new idiom in dance without swerving from the classical art form, says Aparna Achar
Tugging wagon full of blues
MA Siraj stumbles upon the unsung heritage locos and wonders why media glare eludes these antique beauties in steel. In the solitude of their private marshalling yards, the locos remain engrossed in their drudgery unmindful of their geriatric urges.
Burning eyes are paying a heavy price
As tourism overrides conservation, tigers of Ranthambore are slowly turning into ‘resources’. Malini Shankar delves into the wild....
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 I killed a friendship just to watch it die
It has been more than ten years since I first met my friend named 'cigarette'. Not knowing how exactly it should be smoked I had spent the initial few weeks inhaling and exhaling the smoke like a cigar. It took a forgotten college buddy who stood with me outside a cinema hall one evening to show me I was smoking it the wrong way. I had to inhale it beyond my mouth into my throat and deep into the pipes that carry food into my stomach. It had to enter the lungs like a whiff of over-expensive French perfume... By Shashi Krishna

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A photo of the rare Nilgiri Tahr which is said to be found mostly in Munnar.
Set at an altitude of 6000 ft in Idukki district of Kerala, Munnar was the 
favored summer resort of the erstwhile British rulers in the colonial days. Unending 
expanse of tea plantations - pristine valleys and hills- exotic species of flora and 
fauna in its wild sanctuaries and forests - aroma of spice scented cool air makes 
Munnar an idyllic tourist destination. Photos sent by B A Jagannath
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The Cup goes to...
The 2006 football World Cup has reached a crescendo. Deccan Herald asked its readers who were their favourites to win the cup and why did they think so. Like other soccer fans world over, a majority of our readers too have plumped for Brazil. But the readers have been judicious enough to realise that there are imponderables to contend with: it could be plain luck or even the referees who have turned out to be a decisive factor, in some instances.
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