The Telegraph
| Sunday, August 3, 2014 |

7 days

'I'm going to ruin you, dear'

Revenge porn is sweeping across the developed world. And now it's being seen in India. The culprit, says Prasun Chaudhuri, is often a former friend, partner, relative or colleague | Read»

Money talks — in 140 characters

Industrialist Harsh Goenka's announcement on Twitter last week of a multinational telecom deal cast the spotlight on businessmen who tweet. Varuna Verma and V. Kumara Swamy look at who tweets and why | Read»

History, their story

Yet another battle is on over the interpretation of Indian history. V. Kumara Swamy reviews the arguments on both sides of the divide | Read»

'It is over'

Kalki Koechlin is a woman of many parts. The 30-year-old actress — who made a mark with films such as Dev D and That girl in yellow boots — is currently touring with two plays, Trivial Disasters, a dark comedy, and Colour Blind, which attempts to rediscover Rabindranath Tagore. She has also written a play that she hopes to direct one day. And she is coping with a broken marriage. An extract from an interview with Kavitha Shanmugam | Read»