The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Catherine recounts Fatal Attraction with a twist
Catherine Zeta-Jones yesterday recounted her terror at the hands of a stalker who threatened to “slice her up like meat on a bone” in a crime that would make “entertainment history.”...  | Read.. 
Diet grooms Ronaldo for ring
Those playboy binges and extra pounds of weight might be about to end for Real Madrid’s Brazilian star Ronaldo. ...  | Read.. 
Join the mobile revolution
When he walks down the street trying out his nifty invention, Nicholas Roope looks just a little bit crazy. ...  | Read.. 
All eyes on Shyamalan suspense
When Manoj Night Shyamalan’s fourth major film, The Village opens across the US tomorrow the suspense will not just b ...  | Read.. 
Singer out of Shadow
Ashlee Simpson emerged from the shadow of sister pop diva Jessica’s fame as her album, Autobiography topped the chart ...  | Read.. 
Violent game withdrawn on victim parents’ plea
Britain’s biggest electronics chain, Dixons, pulled the graphically violent video game Manhunt from its shops today a ...  | Read.. 
Tebhaga as backdrop
Ganakrishti’s Natya Utsav, now in its fifth year, has crystallised three different facets: one aspect imported from outside the state, one of local representation, and one of ...  | Read.. 
Modern celebration of explicit eroticism
If Laxma Goud is an unabashed articulator of the beauty and joy of eroticism, an elemental, pan-natural manifestation, unshackled by the puritanical attitudes of the urban mid...  | Read.. 
Passion play
That the G.D. Birla Sabhagar authorities brought down the curtain unceremoniously on V. Balsara was no indication of the audience response to The Music The Piano The Legend, l...  | Read.. 
Agony of existence
Paradoxical mood
Krishna in various roles
(From left) Actors Kate Kelton, Kal Penn and Brooke D’Orsay at the world premiere of Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle in California. The ...  | Read