The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Celebrity obsession is the name of the game
The obsession with celebrity shows itself in many ways, but none more explicit than the names parents are prepared to give their children....  | Read.. 
Richard who' Ask Palestine voters
He's been a prostitute's rich beau, an officer, a gentleman and a gigolo, but Palestinians can't fathom Richard Gere's lates ...  | Read.. 
Ibsen's story, but not quite
Sayak's Sanjhbela is its latest excursion into its favourite genre, the well-made play. Indrasish Lahiri has dramatised Bimal Kar's story, which bears more than a passi...  | Read.. 
A yogi in a meditative mood
A day after the tsunami, Calcutta was literally shivering with the mercury plummeting steeply. The open-air stage, with the freshly resurrected monument of James Prinsep as it...  | Read.. 
Exotic collection
Neelanjana Ghose's collection of 'Kantha Sti-tch', on display at the Birla Academy of Fine Arts and Culture last week, upheld the beauty of an old craft practised in India....  | Read.. 
A delicate voice
Lyrics of landscapes
Not so melodious
Sweet nothings' Actors Colin Farrell and Angelina Jolie at the British premiere of their film Alexander at a London cinema. (AP)