The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
The house that Jinnah built
It was a warm evening in Karachi, and sitting in his beautifully appointed home Liaquat Merchant was talking about his great-uncle. The garden was exquisite too. His great-uncle would have approved. He had been a stickler for impeccable standards of ...  | Read.. 
‘Being an extra also requires you to act’
At the ripe old age of 76, S.M. Laxmi still considers herself in the prime of her youth! All of five feet and weighing not mo ...  | Read.. 
Row over royal pin-up
Missing Cook
Never say die
Smooth talk
Tittle tattle
No women, please
Sitting on a sofa in the spacious lounge of Calcutta Club on a rainy afternoon, Rita Roy can order a steaming cup of coffee for herself and ask for extra cream and sugar for her guest. She does so. She can take her pick from the club’s bakery ' ...  | Read.. 
Justice denied
For six decades, the dwindling band of survivors the world knows as the “Comfort Women” have been ...  | Read.. 
Size doesn’t matter
Plug in
Hear, hear
Small comfort
a tune for mr biswas
Goodness Gracious Me
The magic of Clarke
Strip act