The Telegraph
| Sunday, November 17, 2013 |


A global Canvas

NRI collectors have built their own huge collections and are now turning into mega-patrons of Indian art,says Aarti Dua | Read»

A novel approach

Pakistani author Fatima Bhutto's new book is inspired by her travels in the country's strife-ridden tribal belt, says Samita Bhatia | Read»

High steaks

Nothing quite matches the pleasure of biting into a soft and succulent tenderloin, says Rahul Verma | Read»

Mughal magic

The Mughals left their mark on Aurangabad and that makes the city more than a way stop to Ajanta and Ellora, says Suktara Ghosh | Read»

Chromebook catch

This Chrome OS-powered laptop is a smooth operator, but only if you have a good Internet connection, says Tushar Kanwar | Read»

Folksy flair

Singer Papon's first album was an instant hit and now he's reaching out to wider audiences | Read»