The Telegraph
| Sunday, November 3, 2013 |

7 days

A way with words

A party spokesperson's job is no easy task. With media platforms changing in recent times, some of the better known faces of television tell Debaashish Bhattacharya that they have to merge tact with hard work, and tweet all the while | Read»

The importance of being Ernest

American writer-photographer Michael Katakis, who also manages Ernest Hemingway's literary estate, is trying to keep the author's writings fresh in the public eye. Smitha Verma meets the man | Read»

BJP's baba log

If elections come, can politicians' offspring be far behind? V. Kumara Swamy finds that political dynasties are taking shape in the Bharatiya Janata Party, which has long maintained that it is against family-led politics | Read»

Swim, cycle, run

What makes the Ironman contest in the Big Island so special? V. Krishnaswamy, who was in Hawaii for the annual championship, says it is what Mardi Gras is to New Orleans — with an endurance test thrown in | Read»