The Telegraph
| Sunday, November 24, 2013 |


Pushing boundaries

Director Srijit Mukherji has hit the jackpot with his knack for picking unusual subjects and crafting them into box office hits, says SHREYA SHUKLA | Read»

Making crime pay

Bestselling murder mystery writer Peter James makes sure he gets a ringside view of the world he writes about, says Paran Balakrishnan | Read»

A vintage charm

Theatre personality Aamir Raza Husain's home is a stunning storehouse of antiques and heirlooms, says Saimi Sattar | Read»

Street treats

Indian chefs have always tried to keep the traditions of Lahore's legendary street food alive on this side of the border, says Rahul Verma | Read»

On the rocks

Indoor and outdoor rock climbing are rising to new heights in India, says Yasmeen Mohiuddin | Read»

Welsh wanderlust

Going to Wales and not doing a road trip is like going to a 3D movie and not wearing the glasses, says Rishad Saam Mehta | Read»

Sharp shooter

The Olympus OM-D E-M1 is an excellent camera, but it comes at a stratospheric price, says Tushar Kanwar | Read»

Persistence pays

Boisterous cricketer-turned-TV personality Navjot Singh Sidhu practised till his hands bled to make it to the Indian cricket team | Read»