The Telegraph
| Sunday, March 30, 2014 |

7 days

When Waheeda sat on Raj

Lyricist Shailendra's iconic film Teesri Kasam was shot in a small town in Madhya Pradesh. The film's leading stars — Waheeda Rehman and Raj Kapoor — were almost mobbed by a crowd that surrounded the train they were travelling in, on their way back to Mumbai. Kapoor, as red as a tomato, was all ready for a fight. Rehman recalls in a new book how she literally pinned him down | Read»

Good grief, bad grief

Pieces of debris found in the Indian Ocean indicate that a missing Malaysian jet may have plunged into the waters. Counsellors tell T.V. Jayan that family and friends of the passengers may find it difficult to cope with the grief | Read»

Here today, gone tomorrow

Anna Hazare, who was once the symbol of India's struggle for clean politics, has been abandoned by several of his supporters. What went wrong? V. Kumara Swamy seeks some answers | Read»

Food on the go

If the omelettes and cutlets served on trains fail to tickle your palates, fret not. Moumita Chaudhuri points out that you can order food from websites that promise to deliver hot and hygienic food to train travellers | Read»