The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Fatty foods spring Scooby on children
The food industry was accused yesterday of using children's characters such as Bagpuss, Shrek and Scooby Doo to promote foods high in salt, sugar and fat....  | Read.. 
Society, not theatrics
Ramnidhi, staged by Ekush Shatak at the Academy of Fine Arts on February 21, attempts to merge chronicled history with the myths of a changing city. The play is a visio...  | Read.. 
Glamour boy of classical music
Though the invite left it vague, tabla maestro Ustad Zakir Hussain's solo recital was slated as the grand finale of the 50th birth anniversary celebration of tabla wizard Pand...  | Read.. 
Poet and painter rolled into one
Poetry has inspired the colour and texture of painting by occupying the mental space of the artist and vice versa. Even Picasso, who cared little about how fellow artists reac...  | Read.. 
Sensitive colours
Delightful patterns
Ethnic songs from Africa
An artist's rendition shows the interior of a room of the planned undersea hotel Poseidon Resort. ...  | Read