The Telegraph
| Sunday, February 9, 2014 |

7 days

Queen D

Deepika Padukone takes success in her stride. With five successive hits behind her, she tells Smitha Verma that the top slot in the industry — quite like an actor — is here today and gone tomorrow | Read»

Three cheers to success

Amy Chua, whose Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother kicked up a storm, has written a new book, along with her husband, Jed Rubenfeld, on why some ethnic groups (including Indians) in the US achieve great success. An extract from their just released book: | Read»

Have ticket, can't win

The Aam Aadmi Party wants to contest 350 Lok Sabha seats, but where will it get candidates who can win an election? Sonia Sarkar on the dilemma the party faces | Read»

From food to feud

Food writer Chitrita Banerji, whose debut novel about love and war in Bangladesh is just out, doesn't believe in typecasting authors. If a book works, the matter should end there, she tells Abimanyu Nagarajan | Read»