The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Atkins 'diet bubble' bursts in Britain
It was hailed as the most revolutionary and successful diet of its kind, endorsed by celebrities and tried by millions of people....  | Read.. 
Blame it on the variable female gene
Scientists have cracked the genetic code of the female X chromosome which is linked to more than 300 human diseases and may ...  | Read.. 
Snores risky for the heart
People who suffer from an illness that disrupts their breathing while they sleep are more likely to suffer a fatal heart a ...  | Read.. 
Frozen sea on Mars
Claims that life or the potential for it exists on Mars got a boost yesterday when scientists declared that they saw the re ...  | Read.. 
Who says slavery is dead and gone'
In the early 1970s, Aswini Sarin, an investigative journalist with the Indian Express, exposed the existence of a horrific slave trade of women in an Indian village. Vi...  | Read.. 
Search for the meaning of existence
Eleena Banik's pictorial exercises are suggestive of a complex world of concepts and idioms with relevance in the stream of modernistic consciousness. Her work pertains to a j...  | Read.. 
Skill and sensitivity
Any singer having the privilege of learning dhrupad from the masters of the Dagar school is bound to cause a flutter in the stagnant pool of Rabindrasangeet. But most o...  | Read.. 
Steeped in romanticism
Delicate pictorial essay
Power of the mono-act
Paris Hilton presents her new perfume in Mexico City on Wednesday. (AP)