The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
The Ajanta that didn’t happen
Sometime between the thousand misty years — no one knows for sure how many— dividing the 2nd century BC and the 8th century AD, a series of cave shrines came up in the western parts of what is now India. In these quiet grottos, priests and sculptors ...  | Read.. 
Thanks for the drink
It is a little after 8 pm as I make my way with a group of friends through a crowded Shibuya — Tokyo’s hippest shopping and e ...  | Read.. 
An Indian in Bloomsbury
Flights of fancy
Honey flavoured
Analyse this
High Noon
Tittle tattle
Life is like a tapestry
This is a story with an anti-climax, warns artist-turned-author Gogi Saroj Pal right at the onset. She then pours herself a cup of black tea, puts on her reading glasses and sits back to read aloud from her book, Phulkari. The Hindi is simple,...  | Read.. 
Last Word: Naming the parts
If Eve Ensler’s phenomenally successful ‘Vagina Monologues’ had been called ‘The Womb Monologues’ instead, would Chennai still have gone ahead and banned performances of the show this week'...  | Read.. 
Girl’s got guts
Society ladies
Net results
Cancer check
PAINTING WORDS: The author says she draws modest, yet meaningful observations through her stories