The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Hip and hapless
It usually starts with small things, says Debosmita Baruah. 'Things that we don't see eye to eye on. Then, it gets bigger, till it finally gets out of hand and becomes a huge issue.' The 19-year-old college student in Calcutta was describing her fight...  | Read.. 
Saving Hesaraghatta
A mundu-clad villager, a pony-tailed photo-journalist and a nattily dressed chartered accountant make an odd threesome. It's ...  | Read.. 
Was Jinnah a jolly good fellow'
Star crossed
County call
Unquiet waters
Tittle tattle
'We are looking at something radical'
During a visit to a Karnataka village last year, Benita Sharma met a group of women Panchayat members. They had a problem with the way village finances had been spent the previous year. The women wished to use the money on water, fuel, sanitation, ed...  | Read.. 
Last Word: Black, white
I may never know what it is to be a woman,' says Michelle in Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Black. It's a delicate moment; the deaf-blind girl played by Rani Mukherjee has just realised after her sister's engagement that some experiences will remain beyond ...  | Read.. 
The witch of Dundee
Dare to sing
It's a start
The memsahibs
Singles for KErry
Lost and found: A still from the film Main Hoon Na which focuses on the dilemmas of a confused lot
Hip and hapless
Here's to the chef