The Telegraph
| Sunday, June 30, 2013 |

7 days

The roar in the bedroom

Snoring can not only make your spouse unhappy — it can even lead to death. And more and more people are seeking medical help to cure themselves of it, finds Sharmistha Das | Read»


Blood, sweat — and tears

India's braveheart jawans have rescued thousands in the Uttarakhand flash flood disaster. But the exposure to death and destruction often leaves many of them severely traumatised, says Sonia Sarkar | Read»


Playing nanny

The government has blocked 39 websites that allow users to share pornographic content. But banning porn is not just ineffective — it could be counterproductive too, argues Varuna Verma | Read»


A tryst with money

Big production houses are stepping in to finance Bengali films, ushering in a professional, corporate culture in the industry. Hemchhaya De on what's making the money come Tollywood's way | Read»


In a tailspin

G.R. Gopinath, who set up India's first low cost carrier, Air Deccan, was brought low this week as his house was put up for distress sale by his creditor. Manjula Sen on the troubles of the former airline entrepreneur who made the common man fly | Read»


Music maketh the movie

Two recent Bollywood hits have sparked a debate — can a film's music alone lead to its success? Roshmila Bhattacharya tunes in | Read»