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Articles Published in March, 2004

LETTERS

LETTERS

The Dark Side of the Outsourcing Revolution

Does the outcry against call centers in India display subtle shades of racism? Alladeen, a multimedia theater piece tackles this issue head-on.

The Dowry Disease

Girls in India need the gift of good education, not the “gifts” of dowry

Historical Tale

The River Turned Red by Nirmala Moorthy revolves around three distinct characters and their lives in the climate of India’s Sepoy Mutiny of 1857.

And Pigs Fly on Mars, Too

We can interlink rivers ... and sure enough, pigs can fly too!

Sister Queens of Filmi

Lata Mangeshkar and Asha Bhosle—sisters, each unique in her style, and both reigning queens of the film music industry.

Sweeting to Balle-Balle

Put on your dancing sneakers and hop into your gym tights. The bhangra workout revolution is here.

The Cow Rules in Jaisalmer

On a jaunt in the fort city, the author and her co-travelers discover a land ruled by the brave ... and the meek.

Recognizing Progress

EDITORIAL

A Different Kind of Don

Munnabhai M.B.B.S. is what happens when a good-hearted goon goes about acquiring a medical degree and running a charitable hospital.
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