The Telegraph
| Sunday, November 23, 2014 |

7 days

The Pakistani invasion

An infiltration of a different kind has been on in India in recent months. From humour to textiles, from fashion to food and films, Pakistan is the flavour of the moment, note Sonia Sarkar and Smitha Verma | Read»

Sanskrit is good for you, dammit

Learning Sanskrit could enable you to read the Rig Veda — or the Kama Sutra — in the original. But should it be a compulsory subject in schools? Shuma Raha examines the attempt to make the language mainstream in the wake of the government's move to replace German with Sanskrit as the third language in the Kendriya Vidyalayas | Read»

Moon, man and machine

An Indian team of young professionals is in a global space race, flagged off by Google, to land a rover on the lunar surface, before end-2015, says Varuna Verma | Read»

Fit for hits

Sonu Sood, an actor known for his sculpted physique, is basking in the success of the film, Happy New Year. Velly Thevar caught up with the rising star who thrives on his fitness regime | Read»