The Telegraph
| Sunday, January 12, 2014 |

7 days

The heat's on, my lords

The Indian judiciary is under attack like never before — be it over the recriminalisation of homosexuality, its position on the charge of sexual harassment against retired Supreme Court judges and a host of other decisions that do not seem to match the people's expectation of a forward-looking judicial system. Are our courts out of step with the times, asks Sonia Sarkar | Read»

Parent, teach thyself

Parents are turning to professional parenting counsellors to learn how to deal with their children. Varuna Verma tracks the development | Read»

The anguish of being Srinivasa Ramanujan

Year-long celebrations for Srinivasa Ramanujan's 125th birth anniversary are on. Two films — one from Hollywood and the other produced in India — seek to bring alive the mathematician's life. But few in Chennai remember him, says Kavitha Shanmugam | Read»

Yes, we can

Ashok Khade remembers the time when he went hungry at night because there was no money to buy food. He now runs a Rs 140 crore company which employs 400 people. An extract from a new book on 15 Dalit millionaires | Read»

Yesterday once more

Old music is being given a new life as archival and digital facilities crop up across the country. V. Kumara Swamy finds that the one with the richest repository of songs and speeches — All India Radio — is also on a digitisation spree | Read»