The Telegraph
| Sunday, July 14, 2013 |

7 days

The last nail

The Supreme Court has stayed the pronouncement of a Ranchi court judgment on the Rs 950-crore fodder scam, but Lalu Prasad clearly is playing his last innings in politics. Sonia Sarkar writes a requiem for a man who was once one of Bihar's tallest leaders and a power at the Centre | Read»

Ups and downs

International amusement parks don't think that India is ready for them, but the home-grown ones are doing quite nicely. Smitha Verma explains the paradox | Read»

The return of Bunty and Babli

Wanted by the police in four states, Sukesh Chandrasekar honed the art of conning when he was a teenager. The police tell V. Kumara Swamy that he, along with his actress friend Leena Maria Paul, defrauded people of crores of rupees | Read»

The sound of music

In August, West Bengal Governor M.K. Narayanan will inaugurate the Calcutta chapter of the Archive of Indian Music. Manjula Sen on a unique initiative to preserve Indian music and sound | Read»