The Telegraph
| Sunday, August 17, 2014 |

7 days

Royal rumpus

Sonia Sarkar tracks the family feuds in former royal families — and the property disputes that are at the heart of them | Read»

Nalanda 2.0

The Nalanda University of 21st century is finally going live on September 1. Shuma Raha visits the site in Rajgir, Bihar, and finds an institution that's grand in its vision but somewhat short on its progress on the ground | Read»

Back to business

India's airlines are now zeroing in on passengers willing to pay more for services. Varuna Verma finds that low-frill flights are also in for an upgrade | Read»

Hello selfie, bye autograph

Is the autograph dead? Has it yielded ground to the selfie? That is indeed the case, finds Sharmistha Das, after polling several Bollywood and Tollywood stars | Read»

'Calcutta changed my life'

British book collector John Randall has been collecting books on India ever since he visited Calcutta in 1968. The bookseller tells Shrabani Basu why he has decided to sell 125 rare books from his India collection, many of which were printed in Calcutta | Read»