The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Rhythm divine
Until a decade or so ago, every adolescent worth his cracking voice would try to perfect that one baritone. Rabbi Shergill, though long past his teenage, seems to have had a lot of practice, too. 'Arrey, aap ko toh hum har roz suntey hain apni ...  | Read.. 
It's like, really cool, dude
Every season, they come in hordes with their tank tops and spiked hair. They crowd the colleges, coffee shops and fast food j ...  | Read.. 
Such a long journey
Out of Africa
Flight of fancy
One in the Eye
Tittle tattle
Of a certain age
With the opening of its latest chapter, the Indian Menopause Society is more visible than ever before. And thousands of older women have reason to be grateful. Swagata Sen reports ....  | Read.. 
Last Word: Period, full stop
Men tell war stories; women have period pieces. There’s the journalist friend who growls: “Try changing tampons in the middle of a bunker with seven soldiers a few feet away.” ...  | Read.. 
The numbers game
Forgotten voices
A must-read
Surely a boon

Rabbi Shergill
Rhythm divine

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