The Telegraph
| Monday, October 19, 2015 |



Most youngsters will make whoopee during the festive season. Some, however, will be busy working, commiserates Ishani Banerji

Now that Durga Puja is here, most of you will be looking forward to four days of non-stop fun. But spare a thought for those students who will be working throughout the festive season. | Read»

Gorgeous ways to style short hair

Fret not, short-haired women. Here are uber-chic styles to sport this festive season, says Sharmistha Ghosal

This is the festive time when short-haired girls run out of ways to style their mane. Even the most casual woman must deck up in traditional attire - a sequinned sari or a glitzy salwar suit - junk jewellery and loads of loud make up. | Read»

In Robin Hood land

Rachita Chatterjee is studying for a master’s degree in oncology at the University of Nottingham. She talks here about bagging a full scholarship, being a cancer researcher and cooking new recipes

I grew up in the steel city of Durgapur nurturing a dream to study in Britain. I had cracked the Inspire scholarship - offered by the Department of Science and Technology, government of India, to attract students to study science and pursue a... | Read»

Verse love

News, views and trivia straight  from schools and colleges

LitComm, the literary committee at Mica, in association with the Delhi Poetry Slam, organised a workshop on Slam Poetry for students across batches, in the Mica campus at Shela. At a time when Spoken Word Poetry, or Slam poetry as it is popularly... | Read»