The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Arms and the man
It’s just another day in the life of A. Sivathanu Pillai. The man whose personal triumph has turned into a national and even a global feat displays few emotions. He sits in his chambers at the headquarters of the Defence Research and Development...  | Read.. 
Where artists bloom
“In the beginning was a female nude,” Meng Zhigang says, pouring green tea into my cup. We sit at his home-cum-stud ...  | Read.. 
Southern ragas
The violin stayed mute in one corner of the house for long years as biology books took over. Sangeetha Swaminathan had learnt ...  | Read.. 
Grapes are sour
Gorak Shinde is known to be a bit of a maverick in Korahte and its neighbouring dusty villages of Nashik district in Maharash ...  | Read.. 
Doing good — virtually
It’s just a little over 7.30 am. Some enthusiastic children have taken the task of sweeping the streets. Two boys wield ...  | Read.. 
Fade out
If you thought being on celluloid ensured a kind of immortality, think again. Much of India’s cinematic history and heri ...  | Read.. 
K Jo’s theme
celebrity circus
Kajol’s cousin Ayaan Mukherjee has been quietly shooting Wake Up Sid with Ranbir Kapoor and Konkona Sen Sharma ...  | Read.. 
No magic like Michelle magic
Primed premiers
Tarshito’s travels
Fast Forbes
Tittle tattle
BANG on target: BrahMos missiles at the Republic Day parade this year
Arms and the man
Singer soars
Pulse of the people
Bald and bold
Selling Celina
‘Anyone who really lambasts India easily gets published in the West’