The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Consumers ‘junk’ celebs plugging products
Hiring stars such as David Beckham, Kate Moss and Charlotte Church to promote the latest range of trainers, jewellery or underpants could be a waste of money, according to research....  | Read.. 
An ode to monsoon
The overcast sky on the evening of Rathjatra (June 27) formed a perfect backdrop to The Rainmongers, an eclectic evening at Crossword Bookstore dedicated to mons...  | Read.. 
Lighting up a fantastic production
City theatre group Swabak is very creative with lights. If you sit through any of its productions, what will strike you, apart from its obvious predilection for stories with a...  | Read.. 
Delving into the pages of history
The histrionics of singer-actor Shekhar Sen was at its best once again! A packed Kala Mandir on July 2 saw Tulsidas emerge out of the chapters of medieval history. The audienc...  | Read.. 
Innovative choreography
Supple movements
A memorable occassion
David Beckham: Waning 'influence'
Consumers 'junk' celebs plugging products