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  • LIFESTYLE

    The charms of midnight

    Life, Lekha Shankar, Published on 19/04/2013

    » Canadian-Indian director Deepa Mehta, noted for her trilogy Earth, Fire and Water, is back in the spotlight with a new film Midnight's Children, based on the Booker-prize winning novel by Salman Rushdie. Released in 1981, Rushdie's book was named the "Booker of Bookers", as it won the top prize at the 25th and 40th anniversaries of the world-renowned literary prize.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Making waves

    Life, Lekha Shankar, Published on 27/09/2012

    » Otelo Burning is a film by a South African that deals with the issues of racism, politics, family and peer relationships. Directed by Sara Blecher, it will have a a screening at Foreign Correspondents' Club tonight, presided over by the new South African Ambassador to Thailand, Robina P. Marks, also an activist and freedom fighter.

  • OPINION

    How to achieve 'Gross National Happiness'

    Life, Lekha Shankar, Published on 24/04/2012

    » How can you measure happiness? In ways that are personal, collective, economic or social? These questions arose during a recent United Nations conference entitled Happiness as a Development Factor.

  • OPINION

    New Age Bolshoi

    Life, Lekha Shankar, Published on 15/03/2012

    » With Russia's new elections expected to bring many changes in the country, I'm reminded of my recent trip there, when I was surprised by some "new" sights _ the image of a dog which was an exact replica of prime minister Vladimir Putin's face, at the old and grand Hermitage Museum, the revolutionary production of an old, well-known opera, at none other than the newly-renovated Bolshoi Theatre.

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