The Telegraph
| Sunday, July 12, 2015 |

7 days

No dating please, we're Indians

What do Indian women want? Marriage, not casual flings. Not surprisingly, finds Kavitha Shanmugam, dating apps in India are switching tracks  

Young marketing professional Mridul Saboo enjoys a full life in metropolitan Mumbai. She is part of a book club and a board gaming group. She frequents the local theatre regularly, tries out all the new restaurants and travels whenever she gets a... | Read»

The impersonators

As more and more skeletons tumble out of the Vyapam scam closet, Sonia Sarkar turns the spotlight on people — mostly young men — who appear for examinations on behalf of others

Three years after Ashish Tripathi cleared a medical school entrance examination, he was still poring over question papers. Not for his own exams, but for others seeking to join medical colleges.... | Read»

Father, son and the unholy row

A Supreme Court judgment has stoked the debate on the rights of single fathers. Manjula Sen looks at the problems they face

♦ AM's wife walked out on him without telling him he was about to become a father. A chance meeting with his wife, who had since remarried, brought him face-to-face with his teenage son,... | Read»

Rah-rah, Richa

There is something about Richa Chadda. The Bollywood actor never fails to impress - whether in a cotton sari, hair in two plaits, and being serenaded as Saira Banu by Manoj Bajpai in Gangs of... | Read»