The Telegraph
Sunday , July 18 , 2010
Since 1st March, 1999
Publish and be banned
The poor man didn’t know what hit him. India’s best loved sardarji was on a visit to Calcutta when he made some candid remarks about Bengal’s best loved poet Rabindranath Tagore, turning his nose up a bit at his poetry. The city...  | Read.. 
A tale of two Roys
Did Dr Bidhan Chandra Roy, West Bengal’s iconic chief minister from 1948 until his death in 1962, have a mystery elder ...  | Read.. 
Where have all the children gone?
It was the hour before midnight — and the by-lanes of Parimpora, near Srinagar, were cocooned in silence. After a day of prot ...  | Read.. 
On a song and a prayer
Kunal Ganjawala has been hitting all the right notes. When the popular Hindi singer who made his mark in the film industry wi ...  | Read.. 
The school that Uday built
Dada [Uday Shankar] had been planning a trip to Bali for some time, and I was extremely flattered when he agreed to take me w ...  | Read.. 
Raju’s flight with the Idiots
celebrity circus
Ever since 3 Idiots was released in December, its director Rajkumar Hirani has spent more time on a plane than on t ...  | Read.. 
The message from Honourable Minister Moily
Birthday boy
Pretty picture
Mind games
Tittle tattle
Publish and be banned
Art age
Good god
Super boy
Second coming
‘I am part of history, seriously’