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The Telegraph
| Sunday, December 22, 2013 |
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The unlikely Prime Minister

Will Nandan Nilekani emerge as the Congress's prime ministerial candidate in the 2014 parliamentary elections? The jury is still out on that, but old friends tell Prasun Chaudhuri, Varuna Verma, Sonia Sarkar and Reena Martins that though he is not quite a politician, he certainly is a master strategist | Read»


Present perfect

Like New Year resolutions, Christmas wishes are the flavour of the season. The Telegraph asked celebrities from different fields what they wanted Santa Claus to give them for Xmas. Here are their answers: | Read»


Of chai, change and winning ideas

From youth-driven journalism to online chat shows to Internet music bands, young people are coming up with innovative startups powered by social media, says Shuma Raha | Read»


The other Nirbhaya

As India observed the anniversary of the Delhi gang rape last week, the family of another girl who was raped and killed near Mangalore in Karnataka still awaits justice, finds V. Kumara Swamy | Read»


The girl who spoke to elephants

She was an elephant whisperer, who won fame for communicating with wild pachyderms and driving them away. But Nirmala Topno, the tribal girl from Odisha, has given up being the elephant girl. Debaashish Bhattacharya finds out why | Read»