The Telegraph
| Sunday, May 25, 2014 |

7 days

The blame game

The knives are out in the Congress Party — and fingers are being pointed at Rahul Gandhi's lieutenant Madhusudan Mistry, and party president Sonia Gandhi's aide in the National Advisory Council (NAC), Aruna Roy. Sonia Sarkar and Smitha Verma look at the rumpus | Read»

Billionaire boom

Britain has had an wealth explosion on an unprecedented scale led by foreign-born tycoons who've grabbed 16 out of the top 20 slots in the Sunday Times Rich List, notes Paran Balakrishnan | Read»

What's in a name?

Quite a lot, actually. This parliamentary elections saw several candidates with the same name contesting in the same constituency. Seven Chandu Lal Sahus and four Chandu Ram Sahus were in the fray in Mahasamand. And Mathura had two Hema Malinis — the actress and a local resident. V. Kumara Swamy looks at the dummy candidate phenomenon | Read»

People power

Crowdfunding has arrived in India. Crowdfunding websites are raising and lending money for small projects, says Sharmistha Das | Read»