The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Picking the President
The venue, the President would have known, was all wrong. The sylvan Mysore campus of India’s leading information technology company is not where Presidents are born. They emerge out of the backrooms of the offices of political parties — as A.P....  | Read.. 
Gen X is partying
Whenever Shobit Gupta spoke of organising political rallies in Uttar Pradesh, he got a thumbs-up from his peers. “I was ...  | Read.. 
In Islamic world, MTV rocks
A cross-legged Natasha stares out of the computer screen, beckoning the youth of a nation with her kohl-lined eyes. She’ ...  | Read.. 
Storm clouds over Raigad
Over a meal of spicy rahu and rice, within kissing distance of the sea, an uprising is on the boil in Maharashtra’ ...  | Read.. 
Bedding blues
Breakfast at 50-year-old Renu Dayal’s apartment is a feast. Low-cholesterol butter, Nutella, potato pancakes, cornflakes ...  | Read.. 
celebrity circus
Jaya & Amitabh
On April 9, anyone who drove past the Bachchan bungalows (there are three of them in Juhu) would’ve noticed the cheerful ...  | Read.. 
Broken dreams in the Caribbean
Maiden voyage
Snap happy
Biter bit
Tittle tattle
Picking the President
Come together
Chopper chap
Bharat Inc
Encore, encore
‘I’m an intelligent woman’s sex symbol’