The Telegraph
| Sunday, January 18, 2015 |

7 days

A new froth in soaps

A mini revolution is sweeping across Hindi general entertainment channels. The old saas-bahu serials are making way for new ones on a range of subjects. Smitha Verma tunes in

An assistant unfurls an oversized umbrella over Sonali Bendre's well-coiffed head, escorting her to her vanity van. The Bollywood actress has just shot a scene at Film City, in Mumbai's Goregaon (East), for a television series. This is her debut... | Read»

Flight Fight

Will SpiceJet avoid a crash landing? Will the arrival of Vistara change the way people fly? Is AirAsia on the wrong track? Penny MacRae looks at the action in the skies

Are the clouds clearing for India's troubled aviation industry? Or are the skies about to become more turbulent than ever? One way or another, it's been an action-packed season in the country's... | Read»

We know your password

Indians are besieged by callers seeking to sell them a product or a service. And that is done mostly through stolen personal information, say Prasun Chaudhuri and Avijit Chatterjee

The call to Ashok Apte came when he was in office. "We'd like to drop in and see you," the man at the other end of the line said. "I work for a wealth management advisory service and... | Read»

Music on the move

If you're a Carnatic music buff, lots of apps will now help you access raga references or information. Kavitha Shanmugam looks at them

Carnatic classical singer Sandeep Narayan wanted to squeeze in a few afternoon concerts in between his own performances at the recently concluded Carnatic music festival in Chennai. | Read»