The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Army rules, but Aamir is cool
They sit on the floor in front of the canteen in Dhaka University, cradling their over-boiled cups of tea between the palms of their hands, talking about this and that, between classes that don’t begin or which they bunk with the supreme confide...  | Read.. 
It’s the story, stupid!
Once again, you'll hear a filmmaker sigh that the Indian audience just isn't grown-up enough to understand pathbrea ...  | Read.. 
Beware Big Brother is watching
Sold mutual fund units worth Rs 2 lakh in small lots at a tidy profit and don’t intend to declare this in your income ta ...  | Read.. 
Bored' Go get a bird
In her sea-facing flat at Breach Candy, one of South Mumbai’s swankiest addresses, Sohini Patel cannot cook without Cock ...  | Read.. 
Art of the state
Every time Anuradha Naik returned home to Hyderabad, once in three months or so, she’d find an old building gone. The ci ...  | Read.. 
Murders he wrote
And that — along with the free food that was served at the dargah — was why the despairing gathered there every day. A ...  | Read.. 
Raves: the foreign hand
He should know. He has been running a sustained campaign in Goa against rave, an acronymn for Real and Virtual Energy. While ...  | Read.. 
Portrait of Amrita as a young artist
Dust to dust
Purple prose
Starry nights
Tittle tattle
Politically aware students at Dhaka University
Bengal blues
Helen, Part II
Silver scream
Shakin’ all over
‘Swami Vivekananda changed my life'