The Telegraph
| Sunday, March 22, 2015 |

7 days

A heavy cross

There is a perception among India's Christians that the recent attacks on Christian institutions are the result of a hate campaign. The government dismisses that charge as pure propaganda. The truth may lie somewhere in between, finds Shuma Raha

St Alphonsa's Church lies deep inside a quiet, bougainvillea-fringed road in Delhi's Vasant Kunj area. On both sides of the road there are high, ornate gates - the kind that fronts the houses of the very rich. On this bright spring morning, the... | Read»


Have a heart, save a kidney

Do you have a chronic kidney ailment? You'll have to fork out exorbitant amounts for dialysis. But cheaper forms of treatment lie on the horizon, says Prasun Chaudhuri

The story is an old one - but getting worse by the minute. A patient with a kidney ailment in India has little to look forward to. Most private hospitals charge exorbitant amounts for kidney... | Read»


Vacuum at the top

Who cares about science? Few do, going by the state of CSIR labs. At least 15 of them don't have directors, says T.V. Jayan

With its headquarters a stone's throw away from Parliament House, one can't argue that India's top scientific body is out of mind because it is out of sight. | Read»


Southern discomfort

The Tamil film industry is plagued with problems such as too many films, too few theatre halls, falling revenues and piracy. So Kollywood is considering a three-month embargo on releasing films.... | Read»