The Telegraph
| Sunday, February 23, 2014 |

7 days

What's age got to do with it?

So you recognise a face that you cannot name. And you fumble for a word that you want to use. Signs of old age? Poppycock. A recent study questions the evidence for cognitive decline in old but healthy minds. T.V. Jayan looks at the startling new finding | Read»

Throwing their weight around

Sonia Sarkar visits two villages near Delhi where most young men — complete with barrel chest and 18-inch biceps — work as bouncers at nightclubs, hospitals and educational institutions | Read»

See change

Some restaurants have introduced menu cards in Braille or printed in large type faces to help the visually impaired, finds V. Kumara Swamy | Read»

Gutkha bites the dust

Maharashtra has had tremendous success in enforcing the ban on gutkha. Velly Thevar on how the state accomplished the task | Read»

Elementary, Dear Watson

Move aside, Sherlock Holmes and Hercule Poirot. Detective films are making a comeback in Bollywood with Jagga, Bobby and Byomkesh, S. Ramachandran investigates | Read»