The Telegraph
Sunday , March 18 , 2012
Since 1st March, 1999
Centre stage
It was a photo op that said more than the picture did. Akhilesh Yadav, the new ruler of Uttar Pradesh, was being warmly embraced by Marxist leader Prakash Karat. Both beamed broadly. In the Congress headquarters, though, the image was unlikely to hav...  | Read.. 
Roll over Khan, Balan is here
Vidya Balan is on a roll. Two months ago, she went around town sporting what fashionistas call the retro look. Last month, sh ...  | Read.. 
Sound of silence
Prashant and Savita Srinivas couldn’t decide whether their four-year-old son, Prateek, was a genius, had a past life or ...  | Read.. 
100, and going strong
Here’s good news for film buffs. Amitabh Bachchan and R. Balki are coming together to make a 15-minute film on Indian ci ...  | Read.. 
Son shines without stardust
celebrity circus
Sanjay Dutt, Jayaprada, Amar Singh), not many recall that Jaya Bachchan made an astute but difficult choice last year. When ...  | Read.. 
Getting Calcutta in one
India’s Indira
Master stroke
Virgin’s back
Curry crown
Tittle tattle
Centre stage
Rajini can
True grit
Spring fever
Asin speak
‘Prasar Bharati can be turned around. But it has to be done fast and vigorously’