The Telegraph
| Sunday, April 27, 2014 |


A life less ordinary

Sudha Murty, one of India's richest women, combines multiple roles as charity czar and bestselling author, and insists that wealth is a burden, says Paran Balakrishnan | Read»

Making it in the movies

AVT Shankardass harboured ambitions of being an actor but hit the big time behind the screen running global entertainment funds, says Anushree Basu-Bhalla | Read»

Streets ahead

Dhaba restaurant at The Claridges, New Delhi, has boldly moved out of its five-star comfort zone and made its debut in a new avatar, says Rahul Verma | Read»

Call of the wild

Pack your bags for Kenya if you're looking for a wildlife safari that blends stunning surrounds with a vibrant tribal culture, says Samita Bhatia | Read»

Less is more

Samsung's Galaxy S5 scores high on the user experience front, but the pricing's steep and the competition is tough, says Tushar Kanwar | Read»

Designed to dazzle

Jewellery designer Vasundhara Mantri graduated in business management but soon realised that her interests lay in a different direction | Read»