The Telegraph
| Sunday, July 20, 2014 |

7 days

I am 16, and going to jail

The government wants to change the Juvenile Justice Act so that those aged between 16 and 18 can be tried in adult courts for crimes such as rape and murder. This has raised a controversy. Sharmistha Das looks at the furious debate | Read»

Kabaddi in a new league

Kabaddi is going big time. A kabaddi league has been formed, businessmen and stars have bought teams, and the game will be telecast on a TV channel from next week, writes Manjula Sen | Read»

How safe is your child?

The rape of a child in a Bangalore school has cast the spotlight on the safety of children in Calcutta schools. Sharmistha Das checks out the position — and discovers that things are not quite as they seem | Read»

Let's get cracking on crackers

A tectonic shift is occurring in the Indian hacker subculture — more and more hackers are associated with scams. Earlier, most merely enjoyed testing their skills by breaking into secure systems, without criminal intent. Abimanyu Nagarajan chronicles the changes | Read»

Much ado about a statue

Amit Roy looks at the rumpus over the unveiling of a statue of Mahatma Gandhi at Parliament Square in London in January next year | Read»