The Telegraph
Sunday , June 3 , 2012
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Going for gold

It was 2008 — just months away from the Beijing Olympics — and it looked like wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt would never enter the ring again. He’d damaged four cartilages in his knee and there was nobody in India who could fix it. Luckily for Dutt, the Mittal Champions Trust (MCT), which works with Indian sports people...   | Read..

His way

The doorbell rang in the afternoon. Another guest visiting film producer Tahir Hussain’s home for a narration! Soon the...   | Read..

Battle for books

For Sharmishta Dutta Roy, going to South City Mall in Calcutta on Saturday evenings means just one thing — a chance to ...   | Read..

Brain bane

Ragini was not troubled by the strange numbness in her right hand that she first felt five years ago. A year later, when her ...   | Read..

The war within

Onchiyam used to hold its head high. The tiny village in Kerala’s Kozhikode district was proud of its history. It was h...   | Read..

SRK’s kiss too far

celebrity circus
Ithe melee that followed KKR after their victory, a more poignant promise was lost. Team owner Juhi Chawla who is religiou...   | Read..
bullet Jaguar slips into fast lane
bullet Medal man
bullet Holy cow
bullet Pole position
bullet Loyalty test
bullet Tittle tattle
Going for gold
Villain again
Dance on
Raza reigns
Mother courage
‘Don’t put me on Page 3 — I want to be on Page 1’