The Telegraph
Sunday , July 15 , 2012
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The greening of the east

Rain buffets him in all its fury. But Aniruddha Mohanty sits unmoved in a corner of a sodden rice field, sowing the seeds of paddy — and of a Green Revolution. The wiry, middle-aged man from Kherasa village in Odisha’s Cuttack district is among a band of farmers roped in across eastern I...   | Read..

Ringing in rough times

Has the balance in your pre-paid SIM card been getting over faster lately? Is the cheque you write for your postpaid ...   | Read..

Down memory lane

Ashim Ahluwalia mops the beads of sweat from his forehead. “The city has no landmarks,” he says, shaking his ...   | Read..

Loneliness of a short distance runner

Her handshake is firm. The body is strong, and the muscles look like they are ready for a sprint. But look into Pinki ...   | Read..

Shatru on the silence pill

celebrity circus
When Punam Sinha once told me, “Don’t expect a reply from my husband to your SMS, expect a phone call because ...   | Read..
bullet Javed Akhtar’s goodbye to God
bullet Kiss & not tell
bullet Taj times
bullet Tea party
bullet Service move
bullet Tittle tattle
The greening of the east
Tim’s take
On song
Red route
New role
‘For a public servant, disobedience is equally important’