The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
What kids want
In the coming days, Arnav Kapur plans to keep a diary. Not to note down how he played football, his favourite game, in the evening or whether he had trouble negotiating his homework in the afternoon. The 11-year-old will keep a record of what he likes...  | Read.. 
Sting in the tale
The scene is a rainy night in Chutupalu village in Jharkhand. Chamni, a 34-year-old tribal woman, lies sleeping on the bare f ...  | Read.. 
Indira vs Indira
Zoo story
Brick by brick
Giving it back
Tittle tattle
The spirit is willing
The fearful Minotaur of legend wasn’t a monster, half-man half-animal, at all. He actually represented a series of bulls let into an arena whose horns athletic young Cretans, girls and boys in equal number, were trained to dodge or vault over in a sp...  | Read.. 
Last Word: The men’s room
Where would you expect to find these practices carried out in a ritual manner' Physical and mental abuse, torture, sexual violence, beatings so vicious that they lead to death. You might say “a prison”, if the Abu Ghraib pictures are still fresh in y...  | Read.. 
The law’s on your side
Telephone tragedy
Get a job, stay fit
Of course!
Time will tell
A still from a Hungama TV show, Dheeru and Cheeku of Cartoon Network
What kids want
Real-time thrills
Abstinence is in
Hold your fire
Jolie good