The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999


Centre of attention
Often the interest is personal. We peep out if we see our neighbour returning home late, we gather in our balconies if we hear angry voices in the next flat. The city can also rise above the petty. In Calcutta, we gather for a candlelit vigil t...  | Read.. 
Paani puri, peda & orange juice!
On ramp and reel, Arjun Rampal exudes elegance and style. Even as he gets his share of accolades for his villainous act in Om ...  | Read.. 
A botched adaptation
In Nancy Drew, the titular girl sleuth, a literary role model and crush object for generations of young readers, is de ...  | Read.. 
Krystal D’Souza, the newfound talent from the Balaji camp has learnt the late-coming habit pretty early. At a recent pre ...  | Read.. 
The globetrotters
Not that people of Bengal need an excuse to pack up and set off, but if they are looking for directions, this show can ...  | Read.. 
Babe’s taken a break
Have you quit Kasamh Se' ...  | Read.. 
Her heart is in folk
She played anxious mommy to Saif Ali Khan in Dil Chahta Hai and Hrithik Roshan in Lakshya, but Anjula Bedi ...  | Read.. 
Bank on beats
On May 17, 2005, K. Mohan, a high-flying executive with Deutsche Bank, hand...  | Read.. 
‘M’ for man & mess
You can always tell if someone is trying to sell a house. Walk through t...  | Read.. 
Leather that weathers
Besides being the best Indian brand for sofas, the Stanley boutique on t...  | Read.. 
Vastu Shastra
The main door to our home is north facing. Our bedroom is on the top flo...  | Read.. 
The heat is on
It amazes me how chefs can rustle up meals in less than five minutes. Eithe...  | Read.. 
The two leading characters of the West End musical Desperately Seeking Susan in London. The fairytale of mistaken identity, magic shows and roc ...  | Read