The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Inside the Maoists’ lair
What keeps Prakash Gharti Magar going these days is not the crack of an enemy gun but a friendly game of chess. Like most of his fellow soldiers now living in a People's Liberation Army (PLA) camp in Nepal’s Chitwan district, this soft-spok...  | Read.. 
The rise and rise of Wahabism
On Bakri Id last year, over 1,500 Sunni Muslims in Kandivali, a Mumbai suburb, found that they couldn’t enter their mosq ...  | Read.. 
There’s a mole in my party
In the hustle and bustle of a political party office in the capital, Rahul Roy Gupta, 32, sits at his desk at the front offic ...  | Read.. 
Nowhere people
N Sayandhan, a 13-year-old boy from the Sri Lankan Tamil refugee camp in Anaiyur, near Madurai, dreams of becoming a doctor a ...  | Read.. 
No longer Khiladi No. 1
What goes up must come down. The more so in the film industry. Like many others before him, Akshay Kumar’s just learnt t ...  | Read.. 
Freida sizzles, but only in the West
celebrity circus
Gulshan Grover,who turned down Irrfan Khan’s role in Slumdog Millionaire to do Hurman Baweja’s Victor ...  | Read.. 
Heavy weight tale of two Indians
West End transfer
Love’s labour lost
Love’s labour won
Revenge writers
Tittle tattle
ALL QUIET NOW: The main gate of the PLA camp at Jutpani.
Inside the Maoists’ lair
Don deed
City lights
Big C
Birth of a salesman
‘Calling me eclectic was saying I didn’t have musical parents. Hello?’