The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
No child’s play
It was called Disney Magic and it was an instant hit with Indian schoolchildren around the country. Youthful audiences in six cities went berserk last month when Disney’s world-famous cartoon characters Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald and Goof...  | Read.. 
Support from the sidelines
Shobhaa D', who needs hardly any introduction, is a well-known columnist, commentator, scriptwriter as well as the author ...  | Read.. 
Holding centrestage
You’ve seen movie stars preening and putting on a show of false modesty at one awards night after another. So, how about ...  | Read.. 
My Weekend: Nikita Anand
It just so happens that on most Sundays, I am working. But whenever I am in Delhi, that makes for a lovely weekend ' especial ...  | Read.. 
Three’s company
The old order changeth, yielding way to the new. General Motors or GM came into India with Opel, a respected German marque th ...  | Read.. 
Adventures in the Alps
It was a short helicopter ride but the views were stunning all the way. As the chopper gobbled up the miles between Zurich a ...  | Read.. 
Breakfast bites
We all know that breakfast is the day’s most important meal. This is because after a long time without eating, one’ ...  | Read.. 
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