The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
India’s righteousness junkies
Pity poor Mandira Bedi. First, India crashed out of the Cricket World Cup, leaving millions of Indians dejected and not really interested in her sexy sideshow of big hair and spangled outfits. And then, when she donned a sari emblazoned with flags of...  | Read.. 
Fire and glass
The young executives could not believe their ears. Their next task at the corporate training session was to walk barefoot on ...  | Read.. 
Sexy toys for sexy gals
Aarthi Shetty (name changed) was looking forward to becoming richer by some Estee Lauder perfumes when her husband returned f ...  | Read.. 
Stars and scribes
Role playing has just taken a new turn. Actors and directors in the Hindi film industry are these days doubling up as journal ...  | Read.. 
Seats of discontent
In a tiny room at the Congress headquarters in Delhi, Member of Parliament (MP) J.D. Seelam is busy at his computer, w ...  | Read.. 
A big lemon
celebrity circus
Just when one was admiring the spiffy professionalism of Aditya Chopra’s banner, Ta Ra Rum Pum arrived to take your opin ...  | Read.. 
Maleeha’s move; the tale of an accidental diplomat
Jill’s journey
Outsourcing murder
German rhapsody
Tittle tattle
India’s righteousness junkies
Blue genes
Row, row...
Poetry by the peg
City lights
‘I’m glad that Arundhati Roy took my advice’