The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
KANK merits UK study
Karan Johar’s Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna may have had some mixed or even unkind reviews in India but today in Britain, where Bollywood is big and seemingly getting bigger by the day, it merited serious analysis on BBC Radio 4’s W...  | Read.. 
Heidi vs Elle in ‘Body’ battle
Two oh-so-heavenly “bodies” are on a collision course. ...  | Read.. 
Love in the raindrops
Is Rabindrasangeet out of sync with time' No way. Positioned vis-à-vis modern poetic sensibility, it can assume newer dimensions as a Third Eye presentation conceived by Joy G...  | Read.. 
Reliving the grandeur
The legendary Jodu Bhatta had offered dhrupad at the feet of Lord Krishna, the residing deity of Ramkanai Adhicary’s Jhulan Bari at Bahubazar. The Jhulanjatra Music Festi...  | Read.. 
Violence of strokes and colours
How vulnerable seem the skeletal beings, summoned to mute life with tempestuous scribbles. It appears that, besieged by the world around, they yet seek to endure in huddled an...  | Read.. 
Rhythm divine
Monsoon magic
Melodious notes
Singer Christina Aguilera leaves the Ed Sullivan Theater after a taping of The Late Show with David Letterman in New York on Wednesday. (AFP)