The Telegraph
| Sunday, March 9, 2014 |

7 days

Shining Sikkim

Is Sikkim a perfect state? Not yet, but it's trying to become one. Certainly, Sikkim is basking in the sun as the new kid on the development block. Smitha Verma weighs what the state has done | Read»

The bitter truth

Aamir Khan's television programme, Satyamev Jayate, has unquestionably raised awareness of social ills in the public. But some of those who appeared on it have paid a price. V. Kumara Swamy tunes in | Read»

Heat and lust

Two books shortlisted for the 2014 Romantic Novel of the Year Award are set in India. Their authors tell Amit Roy that India offers the perfect setting for romantic novels | Read»

Frontier post

The Lahore Literary Festival, though still in its infancy, has become a melting pot for South Asian writers. Shrabani Basu on the lively exchanges that marked the meet | Read»