The Telegraph
| Sunday, March 16, 2014 |


The Dhaka canvas

Bangladesh power couple Rajeeb and Nadia Samdani aim to redraw the art landscape of their country , says Paran Balakrishnan | Read»

Breaking new ground

Director Mainak Bhaumik is dabbling in different subjects and lending a fresh feel to urban, youth-oriented Bengali cinema, says Shreya Shukla | Read»

A sweeter spin

The gujia gets a delicious makeover this Holi with ingredients like quinoa and sour cherries, says Rahul Verma | Read»

Rainbow revelry

It's time to let the colours take over. If they're on your face and clothes, and even all over the upholstery (this is perhaps the only time that you won't complain about that happening). | Read»

Bag some colours

As you celebrate Holi, it's time to fill your world with vibrant colours. And don't just stop at the wardrobe, fling in cheerful hues into your accessories as well. If you're a bag person | Read»

Easy elegance

Keeeping it simple hits the spot for model-turned-anchor Archana Vijaya | Read»

Go glam

Are you ready to turn heads at a fancy cocktail party tonight? Well, here's a pick of some newly launched beauty aids that will ensure that you are the cynosure of all eyes at the glitzy do. | Read»

Phablet fundamentals

Lenovo and HP are setting their sights on the smartphone market with their newest offerings. Tushar Kanwar gives you the low-down. | Read»

Staying on the edge

Randeep Hooda reckons he's too complex for his own good, but that helps him slip into the skin of different characters | Read»