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Marathons get off the mark
omorrow, about 20,000 runners will pound the streets of the Capital as they take part in the Delhi marathon. Of these, about 2,000 will be running either the full marathon (a gruelling 42km) or the half marathon (21km). And mind you, not all will be ...  | Read.. 
 
Godís own country
Perhaps the smallest country in the world ' maybe smaller than Monaco, the veritable gambling heaven of Europe ' the Vatican, ...  | Read.. 
 
Oz appeal
Anything Australian seems to be Ďiní nowadays. Homeboy Heath Ledger will be biting his nails to the quick on Oscar ...  | Read.. 
 
Lord of the strings
Amjad Ali Khan reckons that the modern world can be tough for musicians. Once upon a time people would have flocked to see ma ...  | Read.. 
 
My weekend
My weekends usually get mixed up with my travelling. Most of the time, Iím travelling because of my work and concerts. S ...  | Read.. 
 
Speed and the City
Iíve done the Delhi-Jaipur run many a time and it has always been in a nice comfortable three-box saloon. But recently I ...  | Read.. 
 
My favourite long drive
Varda Goenka ...  | Read.. 
 
Sisters in sync
You have seen her grooving to the beat of Right Here Right Now in the film Bluffmaster with ...  | Read.. 
 
Portrait of an artist
What happens when the nationís foremost art museum hosts a retrospective exhibition of a renowned artist like Satish Guj ...  | Read.. 
 
Sunita Godara and members of her Health Fitness Marathon Club on an early morning run in Delhi's Lodhi Gardens
Marathons get off the mark