The Telegraph
Friday , July 4 , 2014

Swing king

How would Kapil Dev describe himself? “A good player who played his game and a good human being,” he smiled. On a daylong trip to Calcutta on Monday, India’s 55-year-old World Cup-winning captain chatted with t2 in between trying out fashion. ...   | Read..

The Jasoos girl

On Saturday, Vidya Balan was in Calcutta, hopping from one city spot to another to promote her Friday film Bobby Ja...   | Read..

Dia Mirza pens a piece for t2 on why the July 4 film shows that she is born free!

Born Free Entertainment was set up with the aspiration to make films that would have a universal appeal, social relevance and...   | Read..

Dia Mirza on why she’s walking in the clouds

It’s been a long wait between their first and second productions, but now that Bobby Jasoos is set to release, a...   | Read..

Andaman album

reathtaking greenery surrounded by azure waters under a shining blue sky concealing ruins of a 1,000-odd years —...   | Read..

Ladakh — beauty that can literally take your breath away

High above the sea level, at 17,500ft, I ran. It was a dash for about 20m. But this wasn’t Esplanade where passengers ...   | Read..


Hand-rolled pizzas...   | Read..

Chill out at Cafe Bistro on Lansdowne

The latest addition to Sarat Bose Road — Calcutta’s new food corridor — is Cafe Bistro. Aimed to be a happy...   | Read..
Plex b’day: Anjan Dutt and son Neel dropped by at the 10-year celebrations of INOX City Centre Salt Lake on June 29. “In 10 years, INOX City Centre ha ...  | Read